The Itanium 9500 series is touted as the most sophisticated Intel processor to date with a new micro-architecture design.
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Intel will preview its next Itanium processor and improvements include better power management, reliability and architecture. No timeline was set for the next Itanium, code-named Poulson.
These technologies might not attract the fervid fandom that Apple gear gets, but they all managed to find their spot and become popular despite being as dull as ditchwater
The two formal European Commission investigations centre on IBM's mainframe business, including its bundling of hardware and software, and its behaviour toward rival service suppliers
The issues involved in migrating from a mainframe have historically been many; but are they still valid or are they now irrelevant?
To address your consolidation and cost-cutting needs, big-iron vendors have been racing to trickle RAS technologies fromtheir mainframes down to their high-end Intel systems. At Gartner ITxpothis week, Unisys fortifies its ES7000 server with its own tr
Virtual machines--once the territory of mainframes--are now a viable option for consolidating Intel-based servers. David Berlind looks at how VMware's ESX Server can help you consolidate.
A report from an influential analyst group says Linux mainframes will soon be irrelevant, and adds that Linux is good for nothing more than simple, non-critical applications
Chipmaker Intel and mainframe software company BMC Software have joined others in a $14 million investment in Aduva, a company that seeks to simplify installation and management of Linux systems, the company said Wednesday. Returning investors in the third-round funding include Cap Ventures, Evergreen Management and the Capital Group, the company said. The Intel investment came from its Intel 64 Fund, which seeks to boost the prospects of its newly released 64-bit Itanium family of high-end processors. And through its investment, BMC now has the right to package and resell Aduva's products, including jointly developed software for IBM's zSeries mainframes, which now can run the Linux operating system. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News