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[News] Red Hat Hosts Innovation Awards, New Analysis

  • Subject: [News] Red Hat Hosts Innovation Awards, New Analysis
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 19 Jun 2010 12:46:02 +0100
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Red Hat Announces Finalists in Fourth Annual Innovation Awards

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| The Red Hat and JBoss Innovation Awards 
| finalists are recognized in four separate 
| categories. In addition, a fifth category 
| recognizes a finalist that is deploying a 
| combined solution from Red Hat's platform 
| and middleware portfolios. Each Red Hat 
| Innovation Awards category winner will be 
| provided with complimentary admission to the 
| 2010 Red Hat Summit and JBoss World, where 
| they will be recognized at an awards 
| ceremony in a general session for both Red 
| Hat Summit and JBoss World attendees. 


Red Hat Virtualization: Cheaper Than VMware, Microsoft?

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| When Red Hat Summit starts June 22 in 
| Boston, Red Hat will maintain a careful 
| virtualization balancing act. During one 
| session, Red Hat and Microsoft will discuss 
| how they work together on virtualization. 
| But during a separate session, Red Hat will 
| describe how Red Hat Enterprise 
| Virtualization (RHEV) offers cost advantages 
| over both VMware and Microsoft Hyper-V. Here 
| are the details.


Red Hat's revenue glass ceiling is its own making

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| Whitehurst seems to be saying that every $1 
| made by Red Hat results in $10 of existing 
| revenue loss to established vendors.



First look: Red Hat 6 built for the long

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| Another important advancement in this new
| version is the ability for the OS to
| manipulate the power usage of applications.
| These features are capable through the use of
| a tickles kernel, which enables timer
| interrupts. If applications are not using the
| CPU, the computer can basically go idle until
| an application needs it. This creates cooler-
| running CPUs, and reduces the overall power
| consumption. When tested on a laptop PC, we
| found that it did indeed run cooler with
| these features enabled, especially when using
| only a couple programs with everything else
| sitting idle.

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