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HP Embeds Citrix XenServer in ProLiant Systems

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The agreement with Citrix gives the OEM another out-of-the-box virtualization package to complement its recent agreement with VMware.

Novell Needs to Bridge the Gap

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Opinion: Project Fossa describes not only where Novell is going, but where the company already is. Is this where the company really wants to be?

Microsoft Issues Hyper-V Release Candidate

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The final version of the hypervisor remains on track for an August release.

Optimizing the Virtualized Environment

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As production environments expand, control disappears and ROI gets fuzzy. Here's how to get a grip.

Citrix Bringing Virtualization to China

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Citrix is hoping a partnership with Lenovo will help it spread its technology into the massive Chinese market.

The Massive Messaging Machine

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Opinion: Security burden upon burden piled onto the messaging pipeline has increased processing demands, but in a way that benefits from high-end hardware.

New HP Services Aimed at the Data Center

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At its European show, the company is rolling out a list of services designed to ease managing physical data centers and virtual environments.

HP Server Taps AMD's 'Barcelona'

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At its European conference, Hewlett-Packard is announcing it will use AMD's quad-core Opteron processor within its ProLiant line.

Intel's Six-Core Dunnington Chip on the Way

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The latest processor for Intel for the multisocket server space should land in the second half of this year.

Intel Offers Nehalem Details

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Intel is disclosing some of the technology behind Nehalem as well as pulling the curtain back a little on Larrabee.

Novell Starts Talking SLES 11

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Among the company's lofty goals is to make SLES 11 available as an appliance that will be supported by a new tool set.

Novell CEO Looks to the Future

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The company plans to continue making innovative ecosystem plays with key partners, says CEO Ron Hovsepian.

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