high performance technical computing manager for EMEA, HP

high performance technical computing manager for EMEA, HP

What do animation flick Madagascar and a 2005 Formula One (F1) racecar have in common? The answer is Hewlett-Packard's (HP)...

June 12th, 2005 Mari-Len De Guzman

Veritas expands service offerings

Veritas expands service offerings

Uutility computing infrastructure isn’t bought — it’s crafted slowly over time through a careful IT strategy that includes discovery, consolidation...

May 27th, 2004 Rebecca Reid

Opteron customers show AMD in new light

Opteron customers show AMD in new light

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has gone from an afterthought among server customers to the darling of the enterprise world...

April 21st, 2004 Robert McMillan

MySQL readies preview of clustered database

MySQL readies preview of clustered database

Looking to boost its presence in enterprise applications, MySQL AB on Wednesday will make the clustered version of its open...

April 13th, 2004 Paul Krill

Abebooks finds clusters affordable, scalable

Abebooks finds clusters affordable, scalable

After exponential growth in its rare book business, the Advanced Book Exchange Inc. (Abebooks) desperately needed an advanced IT system....

March 4th, 2004 Rebecca Reid

Mining message metadata

Mining message metadata

At InfoWorld's CTO Forum in April, BEA Systems Inc.'s Adam Bosworth talked about missing pieces of the Web services infrastructure....

November 7th, 2003 Jon Udell

Advanced network mgmt. features bolster blade servers

Advanced network mgmt. features bolster blade servers

Vendors are stepping up the network capabilities of their blade servers to make it easier for corporate users to combine...

September 12th, 2003 Jennifer Mears

Provisioning software improves

Provisioning software improves

Veritas Software Corp. on Monday began following through on efforts to join the utility space, although the storage software giant...

June 23rd, 2003 Scott Tyler Shafer

CEBIT: Oracle extends ‘Unbreakable Linux’ to UnitedLinux

CEBIT: Oracle extends ‘Unbreakable Linux’ to UnitedLinux

Oracle Corp. will provide technical support for businesses running its software on operating systems from the UnitedLinux group, it announced...

March 12th, 2003 Peter Sayer