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  • How the Cisco-HP split will benefit customers

    Cisco Systems and HP probably won't force their mutual customers to take sides after the end of their partnership, though the vendors are deadly serious about competing against one another, analysts said.

  • IEEE to standardise virtual data centre switching

    Cisco, HP and others are waging an epic battle to gain control of the data center, but at the same time they are joining forces to push through new IEEE Ethernet standards that could greatly ease management of those increasingly virtualized IT nerve centers.

  • Microsoft's open-source whizz under dual attack

    Being the director for open-source technology at Microsoft must be a job that's on par with sweeping up in no-man's land. Sam Ramji is under attack from an open-source community for whom Microsoft is the Great Satan and within his own company, with its long-standing suspicion of Linux. But Ramj doesn't seem fazed by his balancing act.

  • Wireless LAN stress test uncovers 802.11 problems

    There are competing architectures for entgerprise Wi-Fi. A rare test , carried out by a Wi-Fi pioneer, made a surprising conclusion.

  • HP goes Titanic with recycling programme

    HP has announced that it recycled hardware and print cartridges more than twice the weight of The Titanic, in 2007.

  • Revving up its storage horsepower

    HP is ramping up its storage business, blading virtually everything, and preparing a new product for massive scale out storage requirements.

  • EPEAT's progress

    EPEAT has stronger support from the US government and HP has just announced a raft of EPEAT-registered kits.

  • Vista's ReadyBoost flash drives lack significant boost

    Speeding up Vista via cheap thumb drive? No sir, it just does not happen.

  • HP arithmetic

    Grid computing does not equal utility computing, Utility computing is different from utility-like $/hour/resource billing models.

  • HP in iSCSI hurry

    HP jumps into small business storage with a mixed SCSI/SATA iSCSI SAN and a new backup product.

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