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Subject: 64-bit nervosa
Date: Fri, 9 Apr 2004 21:03:03 -0400
How deep can you get on Linux clustering? Deeper than ever before, if 
your business is serious about reaping the benefits of big-bang 
computing. In this month's The Linux Line, Dave Turek, VP of Deep Computing at 
IBM, bares all. Click on:


April 9, 2004

Hello MIKE SNIER  (Account no. 113093)

Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source>

Everyone knows the oldest profession in the world, and this week we 
discovered the least desirable: vendor-sponsored research. Find out why a 
Windows NT cost-of-migration survey with negative conclusions about 
Linux has incensed an Open Source group in Australia. 

For Linux-watchers thinking of venturing into 64-bit computing with the 
new 64-bit x86 extensions, read what analyst Joe Clabby, president of 
Clabby Analytics, identifies as significant differences among approaches 
taken by AMD, IBM, Intel, and Sun.

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The editors of Open magazine