First Beta of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 Comes with Firefox 3

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| Red Hat, the Open Source leader, is proud to announce the first beta release
| of the upcoming 5.2 version of their Red Hat Enterprise Linux
| operating system. Powered by the 2.6.18-84.el5 Linux kernel, Red Hat
| Enterprise Linux 5.2 Beta comes with the following improvements:
| Virtualization improvements
| • Hypercall interface for NUMA topology discovery;
| • Optimized placement at guest start up;
| • Support in libvirt;
| • Physical CPU support increase to 64 CPU/system;
| • Large Memory Support increased to 512 GB/system;
| • Network interfaces in para-virtualized guests no longer limited to 3.

iXsystems Announces Release of PC-BSD Version 1.5, Edison Edition

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| iXsystems announced today the release of PC-BSD Edison Edition. PC-BSD is a
| fully functional open source desktop operating system based on FreeBSD
| 6.3-STABLE. FreeBSD is one of the most used UNIX-like operating systems in
| the world and is widely renowned as the most stable and secure server
| operating system. PC-BSD has a Push-Button Installer (PBI) wizard developed
| exclusively for PC-BSD that lets users download and install a wide range of
| available applications in a self-extracting and self-installing format.


JBoss targets 50 percent market share by 2015, achieves 100 percent developer

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| JBoss was always an ambitious project and company. It would appear that not
| much has changed now that JBoss is a division within Red Hat, as Red Hat
| announced today its intention to push JBoss into 50 percent of enterprise
| middleware workloads by 2015. This isn't 50 percent of all installed
| middleware, but rather than half of every new enterprise middleware
| deployments in 2015 will be JBoss. * *