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IBM introduces Power6 chip May 21, 2007 Featured in a new server line, Power6 designed to operate at twice the speed but at same energy level as Big Blue's Power5+ chip.
Firing up IBM's Unix business August 3, 2006 Ross Mauri took over IBM's Unix group just after a market share stumble, but new high-end systems should fix the problem.
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
Sun moves up on IBM in server sales December 13, 2000 The server market increases 12 percent in the third quarter, to $15.4 billion, with Sun Microsystems advancing over two competitors to take second place overall, a study says.
New Sun software aims to unite servers December 5, 2000 The software giant on Tuesday will introduce new software that will allow servers to be joined into groups, but already its competitors are declaring their own victory in the "clustering" market.
HP hopes new server will pry open Sun's market November 28, 2000 Hewlett-Packard sends in reinforcements in its battle against Sun Microsystems in the Unix server market, introducing new low-end servers that inherit features from the company's more expensive sys...
IBM chip architect guns for gigahertz February 14, 2006 Unlike many colleagues, Power6 chief architect Brad McCredie continues to give clock speed priority in IBM's next-gen server processor.
Sun rises with new generation of servers September 25, 2000 The company will unveil a new generation of Unix servers and UltraSparc processors, amid a cultural transformation that may prove more difficult than other product launches.
Stock slips as Sun's glow fades December 12, 2000 Analysts step back from their gung-ho views of Sun Microsystems, as the company faces stiffer competition and tries to boost year-end sales.
HP promises Unix improvements December 1, 2006 HP-UX 11i version 3 is faster, has better virtualization and security, HP says. It'll ship this year, with formal launch in 2007.
IBM Power blades to arrive in March November 14, 2003 Big Blue plans to announce on Tuesday a slender server called the JS20 that uses its own Power processors, but a delay means the system won't ship until late in the first quarter.
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