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    1. L&M: Linux in the enterprise
    Posted on Wednesday July 31 2002 @ 07:30AM EDT
    2. CRN: Bloom Sees Signs Of Solaris-To-Linux Migration
    Posted on Tuesday July 30 2002 @ 04:51PM EDT
    3. C|Net: Veritas expands Linux software line
    Posted on Monday July 29 2002 @ 09:35PM EDT
    4. varBusiness: Testing the Best of Linux
    Posted on Monday July 29 2002 @ 09:33PM EDT
    5. ComputerWorld: Dell, Oracle show unbreakable Linux
    Posted on Monday July 29 2002 @ 12:36PM EDT
    6. TheInquirer: Linus Torvalds prays Intel will adopt Yamhill
    Posted on Monday July 29 2002 @ 07:51AM EDT
    7. eWeek: Red Hat Shows a More Limber Linux
    Posted on Friday July 26 2002 @ 09:22AM EDT
    8. C|Net: AMD fielding 64 bits for PCs
    Posted on Friday July 26 2002 @ 07:03AM EDT
    9. IDG: Manufacturers get into Linux
    Posted on Thursday July 25 2002 @ 05:13PM EDT
    10. ZDNet: Gartner's predictions for Linux and open source
    Posted on Wednesday July 24 2002 @ 10:22PM EDT
    11. C|Net: HP board forms tech policy committee
    Posted on Wednesday July 24 2002 @ 09:56PM EDT
    12. TheInquirer: Hollywood adopting Linux
    Posted on Wednesday July 24 2002 @ 07:25AM EDT
    13. NewsForge: Virtual Linux use gains momentum with Web hosts, ISPs
    Posted on Wednesday July 24 2002 @ 07:21AM EDT
    14. ZDNet: Why HP could be king of servers
    Posted on Tuesday July 23 2002 @ 08:06AM EDT
    15. InfoWorld: HP to release Xeon blade servers
    Posted on Tuesday July 23 2002 @ 07:57AM EDT
    16. TheInquirer: IBM-Intel-Linux score big oil win
    Posted on Monday July 22 2002 @ 09:25AM EDT
    17. ZDNet: Linux in the land of z/OS
    Posted on Saturday July 20 2002 @ 12:31PM EDT
    18. PR: Promicro Systems Announces High Density, High Performance Servers Based on Intel Xeon
    Posted on Friday July 19 2002 @ 08:57PM EDT
    19. Forbes.com: Biotech's Cut-Rate Supercomputer
    Posted on Friday July 19 2002 @ 06:04PM EDT
    20. LinuxGram: Reports Circulate that Turbolinux has Collapsed
    Posted on Friday July 19 2002 @ 11:50AM EDT
    21. Details about the World's Fastest Linux Supercomputer for Lawrence Livermore National Labs
    Posted on Friday July 19 2002 @ 09:58AM EDT
    22. LinuxPlanet: Installing Sybase on Your Linux Server
    Posted on Thursday July 18 2002 @ 08:25PM EDT
    23. LinuxPlanet: Installing Sybase on Your Linux Server
    Posted on Thursday July 18 2002 @ 08:25PM EDT
    24. C|Net: Fastest Linux supercomputer in works
    Posted on Wednesday July 17 2002 @ 03:44PM EDT
    25. PR: Hewlett-Packard Joins Open Source Study of U.S. Navy
    Posted on Tuesday July 16 2002 @ 12:59PM EDT
    26. PR: MSC.Software Releases World’s First High Performance Linux Distribution for Itanium 2
    Posted on Tuesday July 16 2002 @ 12:49PM EDT
    27. Internet.com: Oracle Continues To Invest In Linux
    Posted on Tuesday July 16 2002 @ 08:52AM EDT
    28. The Inquirer: Sneak Preview: Intel
    Posted on Tuesday July 16 2002 @ 08:46AM EDT
    29. PR: Visualization Walls Becoming Popular Use for Linux Clusters
    Posted on Monday July 15 2002 @ 08:38PM EDT
    30. PR: World's Fastest Linux Supercomputer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Posted on Monday July 15 2002 @ 08:38AM EDT
    31. ZDNet: Building the Linux business infrastructure
    Posted on Sunday July 14 2002 @ 04:43PM EDT
    32. NewsForge: Linux and the market's big geographic change
    Posted on Sunday July 14 2002 @ 10:32AM EDT
    33. Unscheduled Downtime
    Posted on Friday July 12 2002 @ 09:01AM EDT
    34. InfoWorld: Big iron vs. Linux
    Posted on Thursday July 11 2002 @ 12:05AM EDT
    35. CyberNationIndia: Implications of Linux supercomputers for AMD, Intel
    Posted on Wednesday July 10 2002 @ 02:18PM EDT
    36. PR: HP Expands Industry's Broadest Range of Products and Solutions for Oracle9i RAC
    Posted on Wednesday July 10 2002 @ 09:29AM EDT
    37. LandM: MSC supports, UnitedLinux to support, Itanium 2
    Posted on Tuesday July 09 2002 @ 08:28AM EDT
    38. PR: Open Clustering announces Shogun
    Posted on Monday July 08 2002 @ 01:44PM EDT
    39. Itanium 2 Benchmarks from HP
    Posted on Monday July 08 2002 @ 11:15AM EDT
    40. NewsForge: HP: Itanium 2 likes Linux
    Posted on Monday July 08 2002 @ 11:08AM EDT
    41. C|Net: Itanium 2 on the way, but will it sell?
    Posted on Monday July 08 2002 @ 10:33AM EDT
    42. ComputerWorld.au: Database code will not become open source
    Posted on Monday July 08 2002 @ 10:05AM EDT
    43. SKHPC: McKinley Cometh: HP Announces Portfolio of Itanium 2-based Systems
    Posted on Monday July 08 2002 @ 10:02AM EDT
    44. PR: HP Announces Record-setting Performance on Itanium 2-based HP Servers and Workstations
    Posted on Monday July 08 2002 @ 10:01AM EDT
    45. Inquirer: Beam me up, Scotty. Star: Solaris, Planet: Opteron
    Posted on Monday July 08 2002 @ 10:00AM EDT
    46. Inquirer: The 64-bit saga POWER4 vs Itanium2
    Posted on Thursday July 04 2002 @ 02:02PM EDT
    47. InfoWorld: Intel gearing up to roll out Itanium 2 processor
    Posted on Wednesday July 03 2002 @ 02:40PM EDT
    48. Inquirer: Itanium II benchmarked against other CPUs
    Posted on Wednesday July 03 2002 @ 09:22AM EDT
    49. PR: SCALI Announces Closure of Second Investment
    Posted on Wednesday July 03 2002 @ 09:19AM EDT
    50. Inquirer: AMD, Sun set to bash the Itanic
    Posted on Monday July 01 2002 @ 03:45PM EDT
    51. SCE 1.5 Release Announcement
    Posted on Monday July 01 2002 @ 02:46PM EDT

     

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