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Parallels releases Virtuozzo Containers 4.0

Parallels has released the finished version of its container-based server virtualization software, Parallels Virtuozzo Containers 4.0. It also launched a new data center management tool and officially changed its name from SWsoft to Parallels Monday.

Virtualization to eat into IT budgets

Virtualization will have the single largest impact on budgets for IT hardware and support over the next three years, a market that will be dominated by three large vendors, says a new study.

Blade server vendors planning common format

Blade server vendors are discussing some form of common format, according to Fujitsu Siemens' European Marketing manager Bernhard Brandwitte. This is despite denials in the past year from several of the leading vendors that they were discussing, or w...

Real-time Linux launched by Red Hat

Red Hat has launched a real-time version of Linux, aimed at applications needing predictable responses, from process control to financial market traders.

Can the datacentre be green? APC's founder speaks out

APC founder and CTO Neil Rasmussen was in London recently to talk about datacentres, power and efficiency - themes that have become headline news as they transmogrify into green issues. We took the opportunity to ask him - inter alia - whether the da...

Backing up clogs enterprise systems

Backup volumes in many organizations have grown so large they are causing business disruption by tying up systems, storage, and network capacity and hogging valuable IT resources, according to a recent survey commissioned by storage management softwa...

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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.

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