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  • Unikernel Systems Joins Docker
  • Dell serves up its own disaggregated OS

    Linux-based OS10 designed to meld switches, servers, storage into a software-defined data center

  • IBM 2015 Revenues Emphasize Strong Cloud Strategy

    "We introduced low-end Linux-based Power systems to capture the growing Linux market, and are building an IP stream through the OpenPOWER ecosystem," Schroeter said. "Even though the Unix market is declining, by delivering innovation and repositioning the platform, our Power systems have grown four quarters in a row. This is a good example of how we transform ourselves."

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