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Dell's 8-CPU Intel Servers Increasing Its Enterprise Focus
Dell began shipping its eight-CPU Intel server, the PowerEdge 8450, in late September. This comes on the heels of Compaq's shipment of its ProLiant 8000 and

cpu fans  previous limitation of four CPUs for the Intel architecture.) The PE 8450 is based on Intel's OCPRF100 server (also known as Saber ), which Dell has modified to improve its serviceability and to add an improved peripheral bay. This product is geared toward the enterprise computing segment. As with most enterprise-class servers, the 8450 must be racked, and needs other hardware (primarily disk drives) to support its configuration. This product is aimed at the large datacenter/data warehouse environments, Read More...
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IBM Continues RS/6000 Performance Focus
IBM has just released benchmark results for its mid-range Unix server, the RS/6000 M80, showing it to be a top performer in transaction processing and Web

cpu fans  manage unexpected growth Dynamic CPU Deallocation to isolate potential processor problems and keep applications running Service processor to monitor vital signs and keep system running Multiple Benchmark Champion Since its introduction last month, the M80 has grabbed the number one spot on a number of crucial industry performance benchmarks. It scorched competitors in the SPECweb99 benchmark to become the world's fastest 8-way Web server and set new records for Java performance and scalability in the Read More...
IBM's Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers High Performance, High Cost
IBM's four-CPU servers, the Netfinity 5500 M20 and 7000 M10, yield top notch web-focused benchmark figures, but also very high price/performance figures for

cpu fans  and Dell's 4U-high, four CPU systems its smallest four CPU system is twice the size of those products. Customers who need a lot of CPUs in a small space will find this a negative. Vendor Recommendations 5500 M20: The 5500 M20 is a fairly standard, middle-of-the-road system, with the exception of its unusual size. IBM should consider reducing the system chassis to 7U. Since it takes a year or so to redesign a chassis, IBM should play up the performance aspects of the 5500 (in the meantime), an area where Read More...
Dell's High-End Rackmount Servers - Challenging Compaq's Wintel Dominance
Dell Computer Corporation has shaken up the PC Server market, in three years moving from the #5 US market share position to a solid #2 (and #3 worldwide) - and

cpu fans  Customers who want significant CPU power in a small box will find the 6350 a good choice. The 6300 is better suited to high-performance and general-purpose computing, although its price/performance numbers need to improve. Dell consistently receives high reliability marks from industry surveys, which is good, since their customer service strategy is less clear than Compaq's. Because the 6300 maxes out at only eight 1.0 HDDs, the customer should consider using this point as a bargaining tool when Read More...
Compaq's High-End Wintel-based Rack Servers - Working Hard to Stay #1
Compaq Computer Corporation, the #1 volume manufacturer of PC Servers, both US and worldwide, is fighting a strong challenge by Dell Computer. This note assess

cpu fans  who want lots of CPU power in a small box, will find the 6400R a good choice. The 5500R is better suited to high-performance and general-purpose computing, and for customers who want excellent price/performance. Because the 5500R has only five I/O slots available, the customer should consider using this point as a bargaining tool when considering HP as the alternate vendor. If the user absolutely needs more than five I/O slots, the 5500R becomes much less desirable - and a point customers should consider Read More...
What’s Up with Computer Associates?
In a series of radical moves, Computer Associates appears to be trying to re-direct its gargantuan operations. After missing its numbers in the first calendar

cpu fans  contract carefully spells out per-CPU pricing models, tiered pricing (i.e., the bigger the computer the more it costs for the same software), per-seat versus concurrent user licensing, and, most importantly, the structure of the software maintenance agreement(s). Leverage can also be applied by attempting to close the contract close to the end of a quarter or CA fiscal year, when the sales representative is desperate to make his quota and be invited to the annual President's Club extravaganza. Editor's Read More...
How to Overcome the Limits of Enterprise Software
Is your enterprise software really making you more competitive? After all, for years you’ve had to make expensive trade-offs between application dependability

cpu fans  strategic applications are frequently CPU- and/or data-intensive, and are also time-critical in nature. The combination of CPU/data-intensive and time-critical requires that the applications exhibit both scalability and dependability, a tall order that many traditional approaches fail to successfully or cost-effectively meet. In addition, agile enterprises also require that their strategic applications keep pace with the change of business. A new type of software-based application environment - the Read More...
HP Joins the Athlon Pile-On
Hewlett-Packard announced that it will begin shipping PCs which use the Advanced Micro Devices-produced Athlon CPU.

cpu fans  systems containing the Athlon CPU should be encouraged by this. It should give them enough psychological security (regarding AMD's viability) to allow them to proceed with Athlon purchases that may have been on hold. This news will not affect those users totally committed to Intel, unless they decide the time is right to consider alternative CPUs. BEGINLYX� Read More...
Flaw in Intel Xeon 550 Chips: Shipments Stopped
Intel halted shipments of 550MHz Xeon processors to OEMs after flaw discovered.

cpu fans  damper on the overall eight-CPU Intel server market, because vendors will be unable to ship systems, and some customers will delay purchases until they see that the problem has been fully resolved. This puts Dell Computer and Hewlett-Packard at a disadvantage, since they use the Saber board set as the core of their servers. Compaq Computer will have both a short-term advantage and potential disadvantage. The disadvantage arises from the possibility of the marketplace not differentiating between the Read More...
IBM Announces Netfinity 4000R Super-Thin Server
IBM to ship its 4000R server, a thin server targeted at ISPs and ASPs. The 4000R sets a new standard for CPU density, fitting two Pentium IIIs in a one-rack

cpu fans  a new level of CPU density at two per U or 84 per rack (42U-high) - 75% more than the previous density mark of 8 CPUs in a 7U height, or 48 CPUs per rack. In addition, this server, based on the Network Engines WebEngine product, can be clustered up to 256 nodes. The result of this could be a RAIS - Redundant Array of Inexpensive Servers. At a time when everyone is jumping on the appliance server (a/k/a thin server ) bandwagon, this product has the potential of having a tremendous impact for Read More...
eBay Looking For Sun Block?
The now-infamous 1999 shutdowns of the eBay website has led them to consider alternatives to their current Sun infrastructure.

cpu fans  (with its 64- and 96-CPU ProLiant configurations) have beaten up Sun's E10000 (Starfire) server in transaction processing performance. The highly embarrassing outages at eBay provided an opportunity for anyone with a reliability and performance story to take their best shot at prying Sun loose. The Network Solutions A.root server contract loss adds fuel to the Sun is vulnerable fire. If Sun gets displaced at eBay, the perceived impact will be far greater than the actual revenue lost - we can envision Read More...
Trends in Customer Experience at TIBCO TUCON 2012
I have attended several enterprise software events in recent months that discussed trends and changes in IT, with big data, mobile computing, social

cpu fans  in Customer Experience at TIBCO TUCON 2012 I have attended several enterprise software events in recent months that discussed trends and changes in IT, with big data, mobile computing, social collaboration, and cloud computing at the top of the list. For instance, at its recent SAP Retail Forum North America, SAP announced the availability of a retailing solution built on SAP NetWeaver Cloud (part of the SAP HANA Cloud platform) that effectively combines these trends. How these current IT trends are Read More...
Rackmount Server Sales Surge
Rack-optimized servers are reported to have increased their quarter-over-quarter unit sales by over 50%

cpu fans  Rather than 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 Read More...
IBM Aims Renamed UNIX Server at Sun
In the latest phase of its campaign to unseat Sun as the dominant Internet server brand, IBM has released a slew of performance benchmarks for its 'eServer

cpu fans  or corrective actions. Dynamic CPU Deallocation - Automatically deallocates resources if impending CPU failures are detected IBM will also make available the ability to cluster up to 16 servers. Market Impact For those unfamiliar with the new product line names, the eServer pSeries is the new name for the former RS/6000 UNIX product line. IBM is clearly continuing its assault on Sun. But that's to be expected, with Sun still believed by many to be the leading Web server vendor. IBM's Read More...

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