Plans for a new, more powerful and energy-efficient supercomputer were unveiled Friday by IBM Corp. as part of its ongoing Blue Gene research project.
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Lucent Technologies Inc. said last week that it plans to sell its 1,400-worker enterprise professional services division by the end of the year, as it continues to restructure its business in a tough market.
The pesky Nimda.E worm that began circulating this week struck The New York Times on Tuesday, leaving the newspaper's editorial staff unable to access the Internet for about four hours.
A 6 teraflop Terascale supercomputer that will be used for severe-weather forecasting, earthquake modeling and other projects was unveiled today at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC).
NeuLevel has won the first round in a legal fight over how it awarded new .biz Internet domain names to multiple applicants using a lottery.
NeuLevel Inc., the company holding the registry for the .biz domain name, is delaying the start of live, first-come, first-served online registrations for .biz until Nov. 7, citing higher-than-expected demands that require a heftier system architecture.
IBM Corp. will announce an entry-level two-way Unix server on Wednesday that's aimed at small and medium-size businesses.
The top executives are starting to be put in place for next year's proposed merger of Hewlett-Packard Co. and Compaq Computer Corp.
Businesses buying Web site domain names through VeriSign will soon be able to add "keynames" that will allow customers to find them more quickly on the Internet.
The new domain name registry for .info Web sites reopened for business this morning after being shut down due to performance problems shortly its launch on Monday.
IBM is sweetening its financing deals on several lines of high-performance servers and other hardware, software and services to try to boost sales during tight economic times.
After months of preparations, a few Web sites are beginning to appear online with new .info top level domain addresses that can be visited using Internet browser software.
Digital trust services vendor VeriSign is acquiring telecommunications services firm Illuminet Holdings in a move to expand its offerings beyond the Internet.
The red ink continues for Linux market leader Red Hat Inc., which yesterday reported net losses of US$55.3 million for the second fiscal quarter ended Aug. 31.
Unix and Linux software vendor Caldera International Inc. is laying off 51 workers and streamlining its operations as it fights to stay alive in a tough market.