64-bit Linux: Ready for prime time?
Our tests of Opteron and Itanium servers show big performance gains today and promises of bigger gains to come
Linux servers battle for enterprise recognition
Mandrake, Red Hat, SuSE, and Turbolinux demonstrate Linux advancements
Application vendors ponder a port
Software vendors are eyeing the 64-bit Linux market, but show no signs of jumping in
Will Linux kill the proprietary server?
Tightly coupled hardware/software designs and lockstep evolution give classic 64-bit beasts the edge
Computational clusters today, server rooms tomorrow
Low-cost software and hardware make Linux ideal high-performance computing tasks
The next wave: 64-bit Linux
Your choice of software may determine your hardware performance
Ask the Expert Forum: Linux
Joe Barr, former writer at LinuxWorld.com and author of "The Dweebspeak Primer" newsletter, takes questions on Linux and being Microsoft-free on Thursday, Aug. 7, at 11 a.m. PDT