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IBM's Project eLiza aims at self-managing servers

Feeling pressure from its users to invent the future more quickly, IBM Corp. on Friday detailed a massive multiyear, multibillion dollar initiative to develop self-managing, self-healing servers that eventually will require little or no human interve...

Linux OS upgrade beta ships to developers, testers

Linus Torvalds failed to make good on his latest promise to deliver the much-anticipated Linux 2.4 operating systems kernel by year's end, but did ship to developers and other beta testers a pre-release of the technology in its place.

IBM unveils Linux suite

Looking to boost Linux development productivity among small businesses, IBM has formally announced its server-based Small Business Suite for Linux.

Oracle buys stake in Linux company

Linux may have gained a bit more legitimacy in the enterprise today as Oracle announced it is taking an equity position in TurboLinux as part of a longer-term strategic relationship between the two companies.

IBM Kicks Off Linux Developer Program for S/90s

Based on the enthusiastic response from corporate customers the last two months, IBM deepened its commitment to Linux on Friday with the announcement of a pilot project to work with selected users and developers to create applications that exploit it...

SAS Being Ported to Linux

INSPIRED BY ITS growing acceptance among leading industry players as well as its business partners, the SAS Institute announced today it will port its flagship data-warehousing and decision-support product over to Linux.

IBM to announce first copper-based supercomputer

Trying to sustain its year-long momentum in the supercomputing market, IBM this week will announce what it believes is the industry's first supercomputer powered by copper-chip technology. The new system, the RS/6000 SP, will be aimed at the traditio...

Linux-based handwriting recognition system planned

Communication Intelligence Corp. (CIC) yesterday announced that it will co-develop a Linux-based handwriting recognition and electronic-signature software development kit that company officials believe could result in the creation of a range of diffe...

Red Hat extends support beyond own distribution

Branching out into what it believes will be a lucrative market, Red Hat Software has announced it will offer a number of consulting and support services for open-source products, including those operating under distributions of Linux other than its o... portal goes live, a Web site that has been receiving as many as 100,000 hits per day while still under construction, was officially launched yesterday. The site's developers hope it will turn into a community portal for Linux users and developers.

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