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Double the ROI of your EVA with iSCSI
Traditionally, 1U and blade servers have not been attached to high-end fibre channel storage due to the cost of adding those servers to the storage area network (SANs). However, by leveraging the HP StorageWorks EVA iSCSI Connectivity Option, you can solve this problem.

1U: White Paper Description: Traditionally, 1U and blade servers have not been attached to high-end fibre channel storage due to the cost of adding those servers to the storage area network (SANs). However, by leveraging the HP StorageWorks EVA iSCSI Connectivity Option, you can solve this problem. Double the ROI of your EVA with iSCSI style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Electronic Distribution and Storage,   Data and Application Distribution,   Storage Area
9/13/2007 4:37:00 PM

HP’s LT 6000r Six-CPU Server
HP has re-entered the enterprise computing race with the release of its LT 6000r, a six-CPU server with improved performance and excellent transactional price/performance.

1U: in a 4U-high enclosure (1U = one rack unit = 1.75 ). HP s offering increased the density by 50%, which in turn increased the amount of computing power available in any given rack space. For example, Compaq s ProLiant 6400R (now renamed the DL580) can provide 40 CPUs in a 42U rack, the LT 6000r can provide 60 CPUs. It s other 4U competitors include the Dell PowerEdge 6350/6450, and IBM s Netfinity 6000R. This product is a big step for HP, whose servers - with the exception of the NetServer LPr - had
7/24/2000

Network Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving
Network Engines, Inc. is a leading vendor of extremely thin rackmount servers used in the rapidly growing area of web serving. In this note, we examine the company and its outlook.

1U: (2 CPUs in a 1U-high rack chassis) and their maintenance and clustering software. It should also be noted that IBM has chosen the WebEngine as the hardware platform for their Netfinity 4000R, whose high-density offering we wrote about in early September. (See TEC News Analysis IBM Announces Netfinity 4000R Super-Thin Server , 9/10/99) NEI will use its high-CPU-density hardware, distribution through IBM, and maintenance processor and software to increase revenue and market share for the near term. For
11/1/1999

Rackmount Server Sales Surge
Rack-optimized servers are reported to have increased their quarter-over-quarter unit sales by over 50%

1U: buying an eight-CPU, 7U-high (1U = one rack unit = 1.75 high), companies like ISPs are choosing to buy 1U-high servers that have one or two CPUs. The incremental cost to add a server is significantly lower for these units, making them desirable for companies expecting healthy growth but still watching the dollars. Whatever the reason, we expect vendors and consumers to increase their focus on rackmount servers in the coming year. User Recommendations Although rackmount servers are not for everyone,
8/17/2000

VA Linux Releases NAS Server
Trying to break into the growing Network-Attached Storage market, Linux-based hardware manufacturer VA Linux has announced the release of its 9205 NAS storage server appliance.

1U: industry s broadest selection of 1U and 2U rackmount Linux servers. Scalable to 2.1 terabytes in an ultradense 8U form factor, the 9205 NAS provides industry-leading storage density - over 10TB in a standard 42U rack - providing the ideal network file sharing solution for e-businesses in ISP data centers, where space is at a premium. The VA Linux 9205 NAS offers seamless file sharing across multiple platforms - Linux, UNIX, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS - enabling transparent file access in heterogeneous n
9/26/2000

IBM Netfinity Server Division
IBM’s Intel-based Netfinity servers currently hold third place in the server wars with Dell and Compaq. What are their chances for improving their position?

1U: seven-rack-unit (a/k/a 7U, with 1U = 1.75 ) high enclosure, IBM chose to package their system in an 8U-high chassis. One rack unit isn t much - until you realize that Compaq and Dell can now provide up to 48 CPUs in a standard 42U-high rack, and IBM can only provide 40 CPUs in the same space. This reduces the effective processing density by 17%, unwelcome at a time when floor space costs are increasing. IBM has started to address this through its relationship with Network Engines, Inc., designer of the
5/15/2000

Gateway Announces Server Appliances
Gateway, Inc. has announced two new Linux-based server appliances, entering a growing market with products aimed at small businesses/offices.

1U: RaQ series - rack-mountable, 1U (i.e. rack unit) high, gangable solutions. We believe that Gateway should also consider offering a re-badged RaQ server. Users who decide they need a Linux-based server appliance should include this in their selection process, albeit with the mentioned caveats . BEGINLYX
12/15/1999

Quantum Snaps Off Its NAS Group
Quantum Corporation, recently acquired by Maxtor, will divest itself of its server appliance subsidiary, renaming it Snap Appliances, Inc. Snap Appliances will now attempt to compete on its own in the growing Network-Attached Storage market.

1U: four drives in a 1U-high (1.75 ) enclosure is enticing, and the addition of hot-swappability improves the 4100 over its predecessor (which had serviceability issues), but the lack of power supply redundancy means the unit is still not enterprise-ready. Performance is sufficient for smaller environments. Smaller operations looking for quick, relatively inexpensive network-attached storage should include the 4100 on the list of products to investigate.
11/8/2000

Server Appliances - Caching In on Internet s Growth


1U: 3U, 2U, and even 1U - this is a disadvantage for ISPs wanting a JBOS setup. Disk quantity: Although price/performance is good, disk quantity limitations may require customers to add a storage array. IBM For the Netfinity 4000R: Availability: These servers, although announced, are not yet available. Fuzzy focus: Although it is based on the Network Engines WebEngine (an appliance), it is unclear whether this server will be an appliance, or just a very short GP server. Network Appliance: Maintaining their
3/1/2000

Should It Be Renamed Unobtainium ?
Reports indicate that Intel will delay the release of its 64-bit 'Itanium' processor yet again.

1U: DS10L is intriguing at 1U (one rack unit), but the available performance figures are unimpressive, given the Alpha s purported power. Microsoft gains in a different way: 64-bit Windows (W64) is not ready, so the Itanium delay helps reduce the gap between hardware availability and OS/application availability. Although Microsoft does not have a reputation for delivering new OSes on time (at least, not to the original schedule), a big gap might provide the Linux community with even more ammunition than it
8/2/2000

IBM Updates the Netfinity Line
IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of “smaller is better” when it comes to rackmount servers with the introduction of three new models to its Netfinity line of Intel-based servers

1U: high (three rack units , 1U = 1.75 ), can take up to two processors, and will be priced around $3700 for a base unit with one CPU, 128MB of RAM, and no hard drive nor OS. The 6000R is a 4U-high, four-CPU system that should sell for under $7000 for a basic model with one CPU, 512MB of RAM, and no hard drive nor OS. The 5100, a pedestal/mini-tower model, is similar to the 4500R, with two processors and up to 4GB of memory. It is priced at under $3,000 for a base configuration. Market Impact We are
5/5/2000


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