Open source J2EE server vendor JBoss Group LLC suddenly has some serious competition from a European middleware consortium called ObjectWeb, which Tuesday announced a partnership with Red Hat Inc. and revealed that it is in negotiations with Sun Microsystems Inc. to become the first open source J2EE (Java 2 Enterprise Edition) application server certified as J2EE-compliant.
Stories by Robert McMillan
One day after being sued by Linux vendor Red Hat for "unfair and deceptive actions" relating to its claims about intellectual property violations in the Linux source code, The SCO Group Tuesday will tell Unix users exactly what it would cost to bring their systems out of the sights of SCO's lawyers.
Executives from BEA Systems Inc. outlined their vision of BEA as an integration software vendor at the official launch of BEA's WebLogic 8.1 product Monday in San Francisco.
Sun Microsystems is updating the processors on its Sun Fire V480 server.
Sun Microsystems's acquisition of Redwood City, California, software company CenterRun Inc. will fill a critical hole in Sun's N1 software strategy, customers said on Thursday.
Three years after pledging to integrate its Solaris operating system with the open source GNOME (GNU Object Model Environment) desktop, Sun Microsystems is finally ready to deliver.
Two years after vendors began introducing slimmed down "blade" computers as the next stage in the evolution of the server, these denser, more power-efficient servers have been struggling to meet market expectations and prove that they have what it takes to emerge as an industry standard.
Sun Microsystems has fixed a data corruption problem with its new Sun Fire V210 and V240 servers and has resumed shipments of the two Unix machines.
IBM has signed a four-year multimillion-dollar deal with digital animation firm Threshold Digital Research Labs of Santa Monica, California, to build a digital studio that will be leased out to special effects firms looking for short-term, on-demand access to IBM's computers.
Sun Microsystems barely achieved profitability for a second straight quarter, ending a fiscal year that saw the company's revenue drop 8.5 per cent from fiscal 2002 to $US11.4 billion.
Open source advocates on Monday blasted a Linux licensing scheme that The SCO Group Inc. is proposing to address alleged copyright violations in the Linux operating system.
Quantum Corp. on Monday released new software for its DLTtape line of storage drives that are designed to warn users when their backup tapes are about to go on the fritz.
The SCO Group is preparing a new Linux licensing program that it claims will allow users of the open-source operating system to run Linux without fear of litigation.
Lucent Technologies will not be profitable in 2003, the company has warned.
EMC's $US1.3 billion acquisition of Legato Systems has hit a snag.