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Open-Source Project Gets Boost From Sun

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Sun Microsystems is giving its grid portal technology to the open-source community.

Gateway Gears Up Grid Computing Push

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PC maker is linking thousands of display PCs in its nationwide chain of stores to create a grid computing environment capable of scaling to 14 teraflops of performance.

IBM Must Master Juggling Its Offerings

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In its Lotus Software juggling act, IBM is trying to accommodate WebSphere and Java.

IBM Grid Helps Fight Against Breast Cancer

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IBM, in conjunction with Oxford University has built a massive computing grid for breast cancer screening and diagnosis.

Gartner Predicts: Return to Distributed Systems

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Bandwidth that's becoming more affordable than computing will spur a return to distributed systems, including grid computing, over the next several years, said Gartner analyst Carl Claunch.

Sun Fires Up New Grid Offering on Linux

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Sun Microsystems on Tuesday will announce a new Linux version of its grid computing platform.

Girding for Grid Battle

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Globus Project's Ian Foster strives to keep grid technologies open, assesses impact on web services.

Grids Make Enterprise Play

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Big-name companies back grids, but are they ready for the enterprise?

Grid Technical Challenges Daunting

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Promises performance and cost savings-but, oh, the details...

The Power in Grid Computing, Numbers

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I don't recall CEOs crediting the economy for their companies' successes in the late '90s.

Software Makers Defend Their Turf

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Cable & Wireless, Informatica and Compuware go to court to protect their intellectual property.

Akamai-Speedera Feud Escalates

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The legal and marketing battle between the two content delivery network providers is expected to escalate next week as Speedera plans to announce new contract wins with former Akamai customers.

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