Red Hat executives have spent a lot of time talking about virtualization and how Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 will drive adoption. Starting today we'll be seeing some hard results.
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While IBM delivered solid results and its software and services businesses shined, the hardware business was a disappointment to many Big Blue watchers. The growing popularity of virtualization may be a big reason.
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I'm pleased to announce that Dan Kusnetzky has joined ZDNet to man a new blog dedicated to virtualization. Dan is the General Manager, Research of Acuity Group, LLC.
VMware on Tuesday unveiled its latest version of Fusion, its Windows to Mac virtualization software.Fusion 2.
Microsoft and Novell had their first virtualization child Thursday. A joint virtualization effort that couples SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from Novell operating with Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V.
IBM reported a solid third quarter, but there are some real worries about Big Blue's weak hardware results.IBM's quarter--as usual--was a tale of software and services.
Here's a look at some of the IBM technology behind the scenes at the U.S. Open.
Power companies are lining up to offer rebates for customers that use virtualization to cut data center power consumption, says VMware president Diane Greene. Greene, speaking at the UBS Enterprise Technology Forum in New York, said that the Pacific Gas and Electric Company rebate program announced in November was just a start.
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