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High Performance Linux News for May 30, 2001

  • Hardware Central: How Much Should a PC Cost? (May 30, 2001, 23:57)
    A reader points out that Hardware Central tries to put Linux into the context of a potential new computing paradigm wrought by the introduction of the Intel Itanium processor.

  • Enterprise Linux Today: SuSE Linux 7.2 Available for Intel Itanium Systems (May 30, 2001, 22:45)
    Today, SuSE Linux, the international technology leader and solutions provider in Open Source, announced the release of the first Linux operating system for Intel's (NASDAQNM: INTC) Itanium-based systems. The port of SuSE Linux 7.2 to Intel's 64-bit architecture emphasizes SuSE as a leading provider of server solutions for the most demanding enterprise clients worldwide.

  • Enterprise Linux Today: OSDL Expands Global Reach With Second Facility (May 30, 2001, 22:11)
    Supported by NEC, Hitachi, Fujitsu, Mitsubishi Electric, Miracle Linux and another 14 global companies, the Open Source Development Lab (OSDL) is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the reliability and scalability of the Linux system. OSDL enables the development of Linux-based business systems, communications infrastructure and other mission-critical systems.

  • Enterprise Linux Today: Fujitsu, Hitachi, IBM and NEC Announce Commitment to Enhance Linux Enterprise Capabilities (May 30, 2001, 17:30)
    "By working on open source projects, the partnership will ultimately offer customers added Linux features to deploy in their enterprise. One of the first projects the companies will work on will be a serviceability project designed to enhance problem isolation, the ability to quickly and precisely isolate problems in running systems. Other projects planned include scalability, and NUMA (Non-Uniform Memory Access) capabilities for Linux. The companies plan to work closely with the open source community to gain their insights and acceptance, while delivering simple, modular, high-quality, serviceable results."