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Black Duck Launches Online IP Service
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

As open source software is being increasingly commercialized by IT vendors, consumed by companies for in-house application development, and mixed with other open source and closed source code with different licensing policies, it is clear that someone or something (meaning a program) has to police the licenses and code that is being used to create applications. Not everyone wants to buy a full-blown product, however, which is why Black Duck Software is making a version of its protexIP software available as an online service. READ MORE >

Intel Finally Gets 64-Bit Xeon MPs Out the Door
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Chip maker Intel last week finally rounded out its X86 product line with full 64-bit memory and processing capabilities as it launched the "Potomac" and "Cranford" variants of the Xeon MP processors. The Xeon MP chips are the most sophisticated X86 processors that Intel makes, and they are used in machines that have four or more processors in a single system image. READ MORE >


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AMD Readies Pacifica Spec, Hires IBM System Expert
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Chip maker Advanced Micro Devices held a meeting with developers in Austin, Texas, last week and unveiled some of the key features of the company's forthcoming "Pacifica" processor virtualization technology. The news came just as AMD announced that it has hired a veteran IBM systems designer who jumped to Opteron-based server maker Newisys when it was founded several years ago. READ MORE >

Sun Takes Baby Steps Closer to Open Source Java
by Timothy Prickett Morgan

Having buried the hatchet with archrival Microsoft a year ago, Sun Microsystems, the creator and steward of the Java programming language and related runtime environments for desktops and servers, still can't quite let go of it. But with the upcoming "Mustang" Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) due early next year, Sun will be offering a new license that it hopes will spur community contribution. Many doubt it will. READ MORE >


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Novell Puts Out SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 Service Pack 1 . . . Red Hat Grows Revenue By 58 Percent in Fiscal 2005 . . . Mandrakesoft Clustering Gets New Release . . . OSDL Picks Hot Shot CIO for Board of Directors . . . Linux Networx Gets Patent for Icebox Management Appliance, Hires New Head of Sales . . . Oregon DOT, Deutsche Bahn Opt for SUSE Linux . . . Arkeia Partners with Federal Edge to Sell Backup to Uncle Sam . . . READ MORE >



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Editor: Timothy Prickett Morgan
Contributing Editors: Dan Burger, Joe Hertvik, Kevin Vandever,
Shannon O'Donnell, Victor Rozek, Hesh Wiener, Alex Woodie
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TABLE OF
CONTENTS
Black Duck Launches Online IP Service

Intel Finally Gets 64-Bit Xeon MPs Out the Door

AMD Readies Pacifica Spec, Hires IBM System Expert

Sun Takes Baby Steps Closer to Open Source Java

But Wait, There's More




The Four Hundred
SoftLanding Goes Open Source with TurnOverSVN

PHP is Almost Certainly Coming to the iSeries

iTera Says Business is Brisk

Where Is i5/OS Small Business Suite?

The Windows Observer
Intel Finally Gets 64-Bit Xeon MPs Out the Door

HP Picks NCR CEO as its Next CEO

Microsoft Boosts SAN Availability with iSCSI Initiator 2.0

Dell Gets First Jump on Potomac/Cranford Xeon MPs

The Unix Guardian
HP Picks NCR CEO as its Next CEO

Can Solaris 10 Shipments Continue Upwards?

Intel Finally Gets 64-Bit Xeon MPs Out the Door

Sun Takes Baby Steps Closer to Open Source Java





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