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Turmoil in CPU-Land
Intel announces a recall of the barely-shipping 1.13 GHz Pentium III, and AMD announces the head of its PC processor unit is 'leaving to pursue other interests'

cpu switching  cases winning (relative to CPU performance). This has elevated AMD from its former me-too status to a serious contender in the Intel-architecture market. We don't envision AMD surpassing Intel any time soon (especially because of AMD's non-presence in the server market), but this stuff does make life interesting. For AMD , we envision a slight loss of momentum (as generally happens when a key person leaves), but we do not presently believe the long-term effects will hurt AMD greatly. User Read More...
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Intel Small Server Market
Who are the key players in the market segment of Intel small servers? What are the strengths and weaknesses of each, and when is one more appropriate than

cpu switching  set (in the 1-2 CPU space) is at least two years old. Although the server market is less energetic than the desktop market, this is still a long time. Even the LPr is 18 months old - when it first appeared, it had a groundbreaking feature set, but now it is getting to be just one of the crowd. Marketing/Website Issues Normally we wouldn't comment on this, but: HP's marketing people need to be more attentive to the image the NetServer section of the website presents. We don't know if it's the Read More...
Gates Previews Pen-Based Computer
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates used Comdex to present his next hardware solution, a pen-computing tablet-sized PC code named, amazingly enough, the Tablet PC.

cpu switching  been promoting its low-power-consumption CPU as being ideal for notebook computers and other mobile systems that require long battery life. In addition to the battery life issue, Crusoe utilizes Mobile Linux , a scaled-down version of the increasingly popular Linux OS, and something Transmeta calls Code Morphing software, which allows the processor to be compatible with x86-based applications. Microsoft does not expect the Tablet to ship until 2003 Market Impact This is interesting on a number of Read More...
The Convergent Mediation Solution--Competitive Advantage Enabler
The notion of having disparate mediation systems in today’s service oriented telecommunications industry is no longer valid. The accurate and timely knowledge

cpu switching  on a high-end 32 CPU AIX machine that is able to support the rigorous requirements for a tier 1 operator like SK Telecom. The aggregation load is spread across 10 separate CPUs to allow for multi-processing efficiency. Such multi-processing capabilities also made it easier for SK Telecom to migrate from its legacy mediation systems. The multi-processing scheme partitions computing so that the legacy system processes old usage data streams while the more advanced mediation engine handles the evolutionary Read More...
An Introduction to Load Balancing
Is it possible for a business to ensure uninterrupted, secure, and high-performance access to network-based business applications and web sites? Yes. With

cpu switching  Ofloading can signiicantly lower CPU utilization and even enable fewer servers to handle application loads. TCP Multiplexing: TCP overhead can slow any application’s performance. TCP optimization reduces the number of client connections each application server has to deal with while optimizing server response. The result is a server that can support an increased number of users. This can extend the life of existing hardware while delivering application content with much better performance. TCP Read More...
Server Appliances -


cpu switching  For the Netfinity 4000R: CPU density: The 4000R is the new density leader, with 2 CPUs in a 1U-high enclosure. Network Appliance: NAS leadership: Network Appliance is the current leader in the Network Attached Storage market, holding a greater than 40% share. (NetApp is also a key player in the caching market, holding a market share of approximately 28%.) File serving: The NetFiler product can run attached to mixed (Unix and Windows NT) server networks. Challenges CacheFlow For the 5000 series: Read More...
Big Data Movement—Managing Large-Scale Information in the Constantly Connected World
Many forces in today's world of big data are driving applications to become more real-time. Data needs to go many places, be sorted and stored in different

cpu switching  Data Movement—Managing Large-Scale Information in the Constantly Connected World Many forces in today's world of big data are driving applications to become more real-time. Data needs to go many places, be sorted and stored in different formats, and used in a wide variety of ways. Capturing high volume data streams inside and outside datacenters can be complicated and expensive using traditional software messaging middleware on general purpose servers. In order to realize the full value of “big Read More...
Clientele CRM.NET Suite Gains Scalability, Smart Client from the .NET Framework and XML Web Services
When The Clientele Group of Epicor Software Corporation was faced with scalability and performance limits in their CRM software, they redesigned their

cpu switching  users on a single dual-CPU server, and offers many ways to scale up and out. Read More...
BlackBerry’s Survival Strategy—Enterprise Mobility
At long last, there seems to be some clarity and plausible strategy at the protractedly plagued BlackBerry. The company’s new chairman and interim chief

cpu switching  Survival Strategy—Enterprise Mobility At long last, there seems to be some clarity and plausible strategy at the protractedly plagued BlackBerry . The company’s new chairman and interim chief executive officer (CEO) John Chen, the erstwhile CEO of mobility stalwart Sybase (now owned by SAP ), recently published an open letter stating that the company is going back to its heritage and roots—“delivering enterprise-grade, end-to-end mobile solutions.” The letter came shortly after he Read More...
PLM and FOSS, What PLM Seekers Think?
Since Aras decided to stop asking for license fees for Aras Innovator [evaluate the product]by switching to the business model that the vendor calls enterprise

cpu switching  and FOSS, What PLM Seekers Think? Since Aras decided to stop asking for license fees for Aras Innovator [ evaluate the product ]by switching to the business model that the vendor calls enterprise open source, , free and open source software (FOSS) product lifecycle management (PLM) as a topic has been talked more frequently than before. On his blog site Daily PLM Think Tank, Oleg Shilovitsky has touched upon open source PLM from different angles in more than 10 blog posts . Comments to these posts are a Read More...
IBM Updates the Netfinity Line
IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of “smaller is better” when it comes to rackmount servers with the introduction of three new models to its

cpu switching  the first 1U, two CPU server from one of the Big Four Intel-based server vendors, and we believe IBM is on the verge of turning things around for the Netfinity. Although we still are unsure whether a 3U, two-CPU system (the 4500R) is what the market wants - even with hot-swap drives - denser offerings are now becoming a trend for Netfinity, rather than the exception. If IBM sticks to its preliminary price figure (under $7000 for a 6000R with a single CPU, 512 MB of RAM, no hard drives), it will find Read More...
IBM’s DB2 Tops TPC Benchmark List
Leapfrogging the rest of the transaction-processing world, IBM has posted TPC-C results more than tripling the highest current transaction-per-minute figure.

cpu switching  results for 64- and 96-CPU clusters - there's an apparent near-doubling of performance, but the price/performance appears worse ($32.28/tpmC for Netfinity vs. $19.12/tpmC). However, these results were withdrawn because Microsoft's SQL Server 2000, which Compaq used, violated some of the testing rules [1]. Thus, it is unclear whether a re-test of a Compaq cluster will provide equivalent results. From a software standpoint , this is potentially a big win for IBM and DB2, and potentially a setback for Read More...
AMD Server Plans De-Railed
HotRail has discontinued development of the chipset AMD planned to use to break into the multiprocessor server market.

cpu switching  Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) CPUs to be used to build multiprocessor servers. HotRail has said it will refocus its efforts on the networking sector. Using HotRail's chipset with its own Athlon processors, AMD was expected to break into the multiprocessor (up to eight CPUs) server market for the first time, later this year. AMD is continuing to work toward getting a chipset that will allow it to ship a dual-processor server later this year. AMD division planning manager Byran Longmire said AMD plans to Read More...
Compaq Wins Supercomputer Contract, But Is It Enough?
Compaq recently was awarded a contract for the world’s largest supercomputer, which will use its Alpha processors. But what’s happening with their standard high

cpu switching  More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web ), with the stated goal of reaching $1 Billion in sales for the year. Another goal was to make big inroads into Internet infrastructure. Since then, its sales have been, uh, less than stunning. Current reports indicate that after the initial backlog of 200 systems, only 50 (fifty) additional systems were sold in the quarter. Compared with Sun's E10000 (255 in their first shipping quarter) and IBM's RS/6000 S80 (720 in their quarter), these are hardly impressive Read More...
CAD-Centric PLM, ERP-Centric PLM, and Organic PLM: What’s Right for You? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series started with the assertion that product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions are becoming increasingly important to enterprises, to a

cpu switching  Centric PLM, ERP-Centric PLM, and Organic PLM: What’s Right for You? - Part 2 Part 1 of this blog series started with the assertion that  product lifecycle management (PLM)  solutions are becoming increasingly important to enterprises, to a strategic degree. However, not all PLM products are created equal, especially in light of their different origins. My post then explored the strengths and weaknesses of the first group of PLM solutions: those coming from stalwart computer-aided design Read More...

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