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Intel set to rattle server market with Itanium May 25, 2001 At long last, the company will lift the veil of silence next week from its Itanium chip, setting off a new round of competition in the market for servers and advanced workstation PCs.
Red Hat releases big-iron update March 10, 2006 An update to the company's premium Linux version now supports 64-processor servers. And bigger configurations are on the way.
Cell chip: Hit or hype? February 9, 2005 CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos ignores the dazzle and takes a squint at prospects for the multicore processor.
IBM gung-ho over Intel's delayed server chip November 16, 2000 Servers using Intel's upcoming high-end Itanium chip won't go on sale for months, but already Big Blue is eagerly anticipating its successor, code-named McKinley.
Moving on with Montecito July 19, 2006 Intel exec Pat Gelsinger says that glory days lie ahead for the Itanium 2 server chip, which has finally launched.
Sun, Intel part ways on Solaris plans July 21, 2000 The companies finally are seeing eye to eye on whether Sun's Solaris operating system should run on Intel's upcoming Itanium chip: Now both companies think it's a lousy idea.
Welcome to HP's third Superdome March 20, 2006 New "Arches" chipset for Itanium gives performance kick to Superdome, other Unix servers from Hewlett-Packard. Photos: HP's new Superdome server
IBM boosts high-end Unix servers July 25, 2006 Brings Power5+ chip to top-end servers, boosting performance during rapid change in server market. Photo: The p5-595 Unix server
HP brings new chips to servers February 9, 2004 The computer maker announces new servers that use Intel's Itanium processor and HP's own PA-8800, the second-to-last chip in the company's Precision Architecture lineage.
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