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High Performance Linux News for May 21, 2009

  • Researchers Claim 1.6TB of Data on DVD (2009-05-21 17:04:10)
    Internetnews: ""Five-dimensional" discs with a capacity 10,000 times greater than current DVDs could be on the market within 10 years, researchers reported on Wednesday."

  • Nortel choses Linux for $250 million routing platform (2009-05-21 16:14:10)
    Netstat -vat: "It's a platform capable of up to 27 terabits per second (Tbps) of switching capacity and McHugh told me it represents a $250 million investment in research and development from Nortel -- and its powered by Linux."

  • Interop: SAP CTO backs open source for the cloud (2009-05-21 07:34:42)
    Netstat -vat: "Many people think of SAP as a large proprietary software vendor which might put them at odds with open source software approaches. That's not necessarily the case."

  • Dolibarr ERP/CRM 2.6 has been released (2009-05-21 04:34:42)
    Dolibarr: "The big focus of this version is the stabilization. This version is the version that had the largest debugging campaign. Many portions of code have been removed or shared on that occasion. Imperfections due to native support of UTF8 for Version 2.5 have been corrected, and many languages added (even if translation is not always complete), such as Russian, Finnish, Norwegian, Romanian, German."