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cacheflow  IBM, and HP. Strengths CacheFlow For the 5000 series: Throughput: In the Web Polygraph testing, CacheFlow's throughput was 2300 rps (requests/second), tied with Dell. Novell's ICS software caching product yielded 6000, but that was for a clustered system, so it is not an apples-to-apples comparison. [Source: Data Communications magazine] In addition, their response time of 1.49 seconds is quite good. Cobalt Networks For the CacheRaQ2 series: Price: At $2000-$3000, the CacheRaQ2 is among the lowest Read More...
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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

cacheflow  footsteps of Cobalt and CacheFlow, their size makes them vulnerable for buyout. However, with the backing of Egan-Managed Capital (and its unofficial link to EMC Corp.), this is not as great a challenge to NEI. The first two issues can be ameliorated by Network Engines adding more staff in the design and performance engineering areas. The price issue can be addressed by Network Engines offering a lower-end version. We do not see company size as a serious long-term problem. We do not see Network Engines Read More...
Intel Server Trends
The Intel-based server market is one of the most hotly contested segments in the industry. What are the key trends in this market, and what will they mean to

cacheflow  such as Cobalt and CacheFlow). Presently, it is unclear which strategy will yield the best long-term results. Consolidation in this market has already started: Quantum bought Meridian, maker of the Snap! server, IBM bought Whistle Communications, maker of a small caching server. We expect some modest proliferation for the next year, followed by a longer period of consolidation. Product As mentioned earlier, server appliances made their biggest splash in the caching market. This is primarily due to the Read More...

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