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Teradata, a unit of NCR Corp., has introduced Teradata Warehouse 8.2, a suite of software, hardware and consulting services, that builds on capabilities to infuse real-time intelligence into front-line operations, customer service and strategic planning supporting both strategic decision-making and thousands of daily operational tasks.
[Warning: 2 of the pop-ups got past Firefox when I checked it out. Just so you know. A politely worded e-mail from a large number of readers urging them to reconsider the usefulness of pop-ups would be a good thing. - dcparris]
A B.C. post-secondary institution said it intends to grow the number of Linux machines in its data centre as it replaces older hardware infrastructure with blade servers.
This interesting article gives a visual introduction to a couple of new features in the latest version of Vim (7.0). The USP of vim is that you can do everything using the keys on the keyboard and need not even touch the mouse. More over, this is a universal text editor which runs on a variety of OSes.
The Emeryville email security company hired Donald Massaro as president and CEO -- he was previously CEO of Mountain View-based Reconnex Corp., a company he helped to start.
September 21st, 2006: KnowledgeTree has launched a new reseller program to promote its open source document management solution.
The sendfile facility allows a regular file to be sent out to a stream socket. The system call was first implemented in FreeBSD 3.1. This provides many performance benefits for various server appliances. Andre Opperman has implemented an improved sendfile facility for FreeBSD that has so far shown 45% less CPU usage without TCP segmentation offload and 83% less CPU usage with TCP segmentation offload. This is a great improvement over the previous implementation.
[O.k., so it's FreeBSD, not GNU/Linux - but few stories are cuter than "Penguin and the Beastie" - dcparris]
Neuros Technology is offering Linux hackers first dibs on beta units of its next-gen DVR (digital video recorder). The Linux-powered device can record MPEG-4 video from cable or broadcast TV, DVDs, etc., and transfer it to portable media players, or serve as a network music player.
Groovy's concise syntax frees developers from typical Java constructs that are required for code compilation but don't facilitate expressing what a program is really trying to accomplish. In this revival of the Practically Groovy series, focus on the important aspects of coding
as Groovy developer J. Scott Hickey walks you through a series of comparisons between the exciting language normal Java code and the same Groovy code.
An updated live CD version of Dreamlinux, a Debian-based distribution with a Max OS X-like interface, was released Sept. 20. It sports a 2.6.14 Linux kernel along with an XFce desktop, according to the project.
I've just finished two reviews on Ubuntu related books (The Official Ubuntu Book published by Prentice Hall, August 2006 for The Linux Tutorial site and Ubuntu Linux for Non-Geeks published by No Starch Press, August 2006 for Linux Magazine...appearing in the October 2006 edition) so I wasn't really interested in chapters titled "What is Ubuntu", "Installing Ubuntu" or "The X Window System". To some degree, all Linux distro instructional texts must cover the basic information about what Linux is and how it works so I'm not trying to be cynical. However, when you've read the same material in book after book, it tends to get old after awhile. I was more interested at what made this book different. What makes Ubuntu "unleashed"?
The updated FDPR-Pro supports GCC 4.1 toolchain and SuSe/SLES10, employs parallel optimization to speed up automatic performance tuning, and allows multiple pieces of output from one piece of input.
SWsoft, a provider of server automation and virtualization software, today announced the availability of SiteBuilder 3.0 for Linux/Unix, the latest version of its browser-based website building application.
[The licensing is non-libre. - dcparris]
MedPix is a sprawling online medical images database and diagnostic tool that's used around the world by radiologists, nurses, physicians, and medical students -- and the whole system is powered by Linux and open source software.
-- Novell to request a hearing from the NASDAQ listing qualifications panel -- Novell disputes Wells Fargo assertions
Openfiler, an appliance Linux, can turn any x86 box into an iSCSI NAS or SAN controller. (Linux-Watch)
Perhaps I am missing something here, but why in the world is anyone worried about whether or not Xgl is outdoing the efforts of Microsoft's Vista? Seriously, we already know that Vista has problems of its own, and this is not even counting the fact that Xgl outperforms Vista's Aero hands down without the need for extra video card upgrades (without some tweaking, that is).
Novell plans an October launch for its Suse Linux Enterprise Real-Time product, an operating system geared for Wall Street traders and others who watch every microsecond of the clock.
Popular open source content management system Mambo today released version 4.6. This is the first major release in almost two years.
Provo, Utah – Cluster Resources, Inc. and LinuxHPC.org announced today the release of ClusterBuilder.org version 1.3 (http://www.clusterbuilder.org
), featuring the new Clustering Encyclopedia – a specialized reference source of high-performance computing (HPC) technologies and products.
I’ve been involved in many open source project, I know that there are many great open source application out there. Neuros took advantage of the open source platform by releasing a beta hardware called Neuros OSD, a Linux based media player and recorder hardware that is not quite complete yet.
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