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February 19, 2010 | Volume 7 Issue 7


TOP STORY: TechTip: Learn How to Explode and Implode with PHP
FEATURED ARTICLE: IBM Releases Redpapers on New POWER7 Servers
ADVERTORIAL: Partner TechTip: Analyze Web Site Activity Through Graphs and Reports
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Feature Article - TechTip
TechTip: Learn How to Explode and Implode with PHP

Although XML is everywhere, CSV files are still commonly used.

jan_jorgensenWritten by Jan Jorgensen

Despite the popularity of XML, comma-separated values (CSV) are still used in many applications. You might like it or not, but they are, and PHP offers two very strong functions to handle CSV strings. And that is what I will show you today.


Feature Article - Analysis
IBM Releases Redpapers on New POWER7 Servers

Users now have access to detailed technical information on the world's most technologically advanced server platform.

chris_smithWritten by Chris Smith

IBM released a pair of "technical overview and introduction" Redpapers this week that detail the new line of POWER7 servers, information users will need to evaluate upgrades to POWER7.


The first Redpaper (REDP 4638-00) discusses the IBM Power 750 Express and Power 755 servers. The second (REDP-4639-00) discusses the IBM Power 770 and Power 780 units. Both Redpapers examine the servers in detail from a technical viewpoint—server architecture, energy utilization, virtualization capabilities, memory handling, and processor modes. The publications also take a close look at the architecture of the POWER7 processor, its ability to handle simultaneous multithreading, and memory access.


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Partner TechTip: Analyze Web Site Activity Through Graphs and Reports

Marketing wants Web analytics in a simple and modern view to validate campaigns.

floyd_delmuroWritten by Floyd Del Muro

Perhaps your ISP gives you canned reports on Web site activity that don't show you what you need to know or don't offer very good historical reporting. Or perhaps you'd like a better way to do more in-depth or ad hoc analysis. If your organization would like to improve how it tracks, reports, and analyzes Web site activity, consider Help/Systems' SEQUEL for the task.


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