• Intel Nehalem’s launch sparks flurry of product enhancements

    In today's news in brief, the entrance of Intel's Nehalem set off a wave of server and software product offerings; Sun Microsystems talks up its x64 boxes; Fujitsu America offers IT outsourcing services.

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  • Sun Microsystems ships AMD Shanghai processor in x64, blade servers

    Sun Microsystems will now ship x64 and blade servers with AMD's 45-nanometer quad-core Opteron processor, Shanghai, which offers a virtualization performance boost. IBM, HP and Dell began shipping systems with the processor and touting its virtualization benefits last month.

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  • Sun acquires NAS assets of struggling Procom

    Sun has acquired the NAS assets of Procom for $50 million. The deal boosts Sun's storage technologies in the low-end market.

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  • Sun props up storage line in quarterly update

    Among the highlights: updates to its mainframe VTL, a new NAS gateway and a change in the story about the long-delayed Honeycomb CAS system.

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  • Sun takes another stab at blades

    Sun introduces a new "open" blade platform and its first Intel Xeon-based server since the two companies aligned in January.

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  • Sun refreshes server blades, adds storage option

    Sun's new Open Storage blade assigns up to 1.2 TB of capacity to a single Sun blade server, which now comes with the latest and greatest Intel, AMD and UltraSparc chips.

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  • IDC: Sun Microsystems, blade servers continue growth

    IDC study released today shows that server revenue remained mostly flat, with large gains seen from blade servers and Sun Microsystems.

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  • Sun blade servers on tap for this summer

    Systems chief John Fowler said to expect Sun blade servers in the coming weeks.

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  • Sun’s patch management strategy limited

    Sun announced plans to buy patch update company, Aduva to broaden its patch service to include Linux. Experts say Sun will need to move beyond patching Solaris and Linux to gain a foothold in multiplatform data centers.

    Matt Stansberry10 pointsBadges:
  • Sun server shops keep heading for the exit

    The latest research backs up anecdotal evidence that Sun server shops are fleeing Oracle.

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