"The upcoming release of Novell Open Enterprise Server lets you take full advantage of the extra processing power, added memory capabilities, and improved heat and energy savings offered by 64-bit dual-core and multi-core processors from Intel and AMD.
Perhaps the most important advantage that the virtualization in Novell Open Enterprise Server 2 provides you is the ability to maximize the performance capabilities of your high-end hardware."
Novell Connection Magazine: Tech Talk #2 - Sneak PeekCheck Out the New Summer Blockbuster Novell Open Enterprise Server 2
by Ken Baker
Novell Connection Magazine - Q1 2007
Here's an excerpt:
You grab a handful of popcorn just as the theater lights dim. Even though it'll be at least another 15 minutes before the feature starts, you lean back and soak in the previews. Whether it's action, romance or comedy, it doesn't take long for you to decide if it's a must-see. In the IT world, sneak peeks of coming attractions also play an important role in determining whether a new product will be worth the price of admission. The much-anticipated release of Novell Open Enterprise Server 2—showing at BrainShare 2007 and scheduled for release mid-year—is no exception. So, sit back with another handful of popcorn and enjoy this sneak peek of some of the action coming soon to a server near you.
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