• October 06, 2005 06 Oct'05

    IBM launches Power5+ chip

    Big Blue unveiled the second generation of its Power5 chip line Tuesday, the Power5+ for the pSeries, and is hoping the technology will serve as a knockout blow to Sun's Unix presence.  Continue Reading

  • October 06, 2005 06 Oct'05

    Baton Rouge data center brings Jefferson Parish online

    Baton Rouge, La.-based IT firm CMA Technology Solutions was spared the brunt of Hurricane Katrina's wrath, but the company has worked overtime keeping its Gulf Coast client's IT infrastructures up and running.  Continue Reading

  • October 06, 2005 06 Oct'05

    Enterprise Grid Alliance addresses obstacles

    BOSTON -- Paul Strong, chairman of the Enterprise Grid Alliance (EGA) technical steering committee and systems architect at Sun Microsystems Inc., wants to cut through the grid computing hype and offer IT pros one or two practical ways to solve ...  Continue Reading

  • October 06, 2005 06 Oct'05

    BRR group bringing order to open source chaos

    A new standard group tasked with rating OSS projects may have a way to change the chaos of the open source project world.  Continue Reading

  • October 05, 2005 05 Oct'05

    bash (Bourne Again Shell)

    Bash (Bourne Again Shell ) is the free version of the Bourne shell distributed with Linux and GNU operating systems.  Continue Reading

  • October 05, 2005 05 Oct'05

    Bourne shell

    The Bourne shell is the original UNIX shell (command execution program, often called a command interpreter) that was developed at AT&T. Named for its developer, Stephen Bourne, the Bourne shell is also known by its program name, "sh". The shell ...  Continue Reading

  • October 05, 2005 05 Oct'05

    Microsoft-JBoss deal strictly business

    Does a pledge of greater cooperation between Microsoft and JBoss Inc. mean that Redmond is finally warming up to the idea of open source software? Not really, says one analyst.  Continue Reading