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Lenovo slips into jam-packed SMB server market

Chinese computer maker Lenovo is bigging up its newfound love for all things server-shaped with today’s announcement about its new ThinkServer product line. The company inked a licensing agreement with IBM at the start of this year to make and sell a range of x86 servers. At the time Lenovo was clearly making a play for the …
Kelly Fiveash, 16 Sep 2008
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Citrix heads for clouds, HA with XenServer 5

When Citrix Systems shelled out $500m a little more than a year ago to buy XenSource, the commercial operation behind the open source Xen hypervisor, the company made it clear that it was going to put Xen at the heart of its systems software, mixing and matching it in interesting ways with other products. Today, Citrix is going …
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Glory fades on Novell's Microsoft deal

Novel has turned a year-ago profit into loss as the impact from its controversial distribution and patent protection deal with Microsoft fades. The vendor reported a $2.2m loss, down from a $3.5m profit, on revenue that increased 2.5 per cent to $239m, with a loss per diluted share of one cent - down from a one cent profit. …
Gavin Clarke, 31 May 2007
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Microsoft too busy to name Linux patents

OSBC First you get everyone riled claiming open source and Linux infringe on your patents, then you won't detail those patents. Why? The paperwork. Yes, Microsoft cited administrative overhead for not detailing the 235 Microsoft patents its chief legal counsel recently told Fortune exist in Linux and open source. Microsoft …
Gavin Clarke, 24 May 2007
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SAP and Novell cosy up on support

SAP and Novell have expanded their relationship in a deal expected to benefit both companies attract and retain cost-conscious enterprise customers. The companies have signed a support and development agreement in a move that sees Novell subsidiary SUSE provide priority support for SAP users through the SAP Solution Manager …
Gavin Clarke, 15 May 2007
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Microsoft-Novell partnership hooks Dell

Dell has become the first major player to show up to Microsoft and Novell's compatibility love-in. The PC vendor joins a landmark alliance between the patent-protected and open source OS developers inked last November. The agreement will address what all three companies say is customer demand for greater interoperability and …
Austin Modine, 7 May 2007

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