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Server makers tout Itanium models

Server makers tout Itanium models

Intel launched its new 64-bit Itanium server chip with little fanfare on Tuesday, but major computer makers chimed in with a slew of new Itanium servers. Intel hopes the new chip will challenge Sun's stronghold on the server market.

May 29, 2001 by in Servers

Windows for server appliances released

Windows for server appliances released

Microsoft on Wednesday released a new test version of Windows 2000 designed computer manufacturers who want to mold the operating system for their own designs. Windows 2000, released a year ago, has been catching on more slowly than the Redmond, Wash.

February 28, 2001 by in Servers

Linux data infrastructure servers to grow at 46% a year

Linux data infrastructure servers to grow at 46% a year

With digital data traffic approximately doubling every year, demand for servers that manage and direct that traffic over telecom provider networks - Data Infrastructure Servers (DISs) - will grow geometrically as well, according to In-Stat/MDR. However, since voice traffic growth is nearly flat, voice-centric NEBS-Compliant Servers (NCSs), another segment of the teledatacom server market, will be similarly flat over the next several years, the high tech research firm says.

December 5, 2004 by in Servers

Sun cuts earnings, revenue targets

Sun cuts earnings, revenue targets

Sun Microsystems drastically slashed financialtargets for the current quarter and announced astock buy-back.During a Thursday conference call with analysts,executives for the maker of servers and networksoftware said they now expect the company to reportearnings of 7 to 9 cents per share, or possibly less thanhalf of what Wall Street expected.

February 21, 2001 by in Servers

ISP to patrol for child porn

ISP to patrol for child porn

ISP Thus has taken the unprecedented step of promising to remove known child pornography newsgroups from its servers amid growing concerns in the UK that the Internet is teeming with predatory paedophiles. The ISP, which is behind the brand Demon Internet, says it will take a more proactive approach to policing and removing paedophile content from Web pages and newsgroups hosted by its servers.

February 20, 2001 by in Servers