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Compaq's 8-CPU Intel Servers: the New
Compaq started shipping its eight-CPU Intel servers, the ProLiant 8000 and 8500, in late August. These are the first true eight-way Intel servers to ship.

cpu heatsinks  s 8-CPU Intel Servers: the New Big Iron Product Background In late August, 1999, Compaq started shipments of its eight-CPU Intel servers, the ProLiant 8000 and 8500. The ProLiant 8X00 series is part of the next generation of Intel servers (along with offerings from Dell, HP, IBM, and others) which utilize the Profusion chipset. (This chipset allows servers to break through the previous limitation of four CPUs for the Intel architecture.) Although both products are geared toward the enterprise compu Read More...
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Great Product: Too Bad The Architecture Doesn’t Fit
During the process of product selection a great deal of attention is given to the functional capabilities of the software being evaluated. While this aspect is

cpu heatsinks  platforms, disk space usage, CPU requirements. Security Officer Examine implications of LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) support, single sign-on, role-based access. Application Programmer Discuss availability of vendor published API to enable custom enhancements/extensions. Web Programmer Investigate web server and browser requirements, need for active server pages or other software dependencies, etc. Functional Representative This individual may not understand much of the technical Read More...
Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem
Customers, suppliers, partners and other business needs dominate IT decision making, so when these business partners complain about slow applications or

cpu heatsinks  threshold. So if a CPU registers that it is more than 80 percent busy, an alarm may be generated each time it exceeds 80 percent, which can occur multiple times per second. An IT manager looking at some topology map of his network seeing thousands of similar alarms flashing on his screen in red has a hard time determining which alarms signify critical problems and which ones are redundant. Some IT management software vendors have developed software to filter out the noise from redundant alarms that occur Read More...
Linux Laptops from Dell
Dell now has begun selling two models of its laptops with Linux preinstalled.

cpu heatsinks  in cultivating a backup CPU source (a/k/a Advanced Micro Devices). However, Michael Dell has made it quite clear that he has no plans to change from Intel. This is in contrast to Dell's willingness to load Linux (i.e., the anti-Windows ) wherever it thinks it reasonable. We realize the situations are not exactly the same, but the parallels for the two dominant players in their respective fields cannot be ignored. User Recommendations In our attempt to sound like a broken record (forgive the archaic 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

cpu heatsinks  vendor could stick a CPU or two in a chassis, add a SCSI or RAID controller and some RAM and disk drives and Presto! now there's a server!) Consolidation also means fiercer competition between the remaining vendors. Increased competition usually results in users benefits, either through reduced pricing as vendors fight to increase market share, or through increased functionality available. On the other hand, users may now find their choices effectively limited, similar to network TV before the rise of Read More...
Flaw in Intel Xeon 550 Chips: Shipments Stopped
Intel halted shipments of 550MHz Xeon processors to OEMs after flaw discovered.

cpu heatsinks  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...
AMD Server Plans De-Railed
HotRail has discontinued development of the chipset AMD planned to use to break into the multiprocessor server market.

cpu heatsinks  Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) CPUs to be used to build multiprocessor servers. HotRail has said it will refocus its efforts on the networking sector. Using HotRail's chipset with its own Athlon processors, AMD was expected to break into the multiprocessor (up to eight CPUs) server market for the first time, later this year. AMD is continuing to work toward getting a chipset that will allow it to ship a dual-processor server later this year. AMD division planning manager Byran Longmire said AMD plans to Read More...
Impact of HBA Performance on Server Virtualization
Server consolidation is the reason enterprises deploy server virtualization technologies across their data centers, improving server and processor use. As more

cpu heatsinks  the central processing unit (CPU) and host bus interfaces. However, you can do more with less by deploying a fibre channel host bus adapter, enhancing your server consolidation levels. Read More...
Intel Chip Shortage Continuing
Intel Corporation has yet again been unable to meet the shipment requirements of a major PC manufacturer. This time it is Dell, one of Intel's strongest allies.

cpu heatsinks  800-lb. gorilla in the CPU market, it seems to be doing its best to provide an opening for Advanced Micro Devices to gain parity. After Intel muscled AMD out of Gateway through price cuts (See TEC News Analysis article: Gateway Drops AMD ), it only took them about three months to blow the deal (See TEC News Analysis article: Gateway, Jilted by Intel, Kisses and Makes Up with AMD ). Compound this with the bad press from the delays for the Coppermine chip, and the Rambus fiasco , and Intel starts Read More...
Transmeta to Intel/AMD: Eat Our Dust
Transmeta’s CEO says his company has a five-year lead on Intel’s and AMD’s technology. Reality or hype? And does it matter?

cpu heatsinks  AMD, the two leading CPU vendors in the PC marketplace. Transmeta's Crusoe CPU was announced in January. Among Crusoe's notable features is its claim of super-low power consumption, resulting in much longer battery life for notebooks and other similar battery-powered computing devices. Current notebooks usually run out of power after 3-4 hours; Transmeta claims Crusoe-based notebooks can run up to eight hours without recharging. This extended life will (theoretically) allow cross-country fliers to work Read More...
Hewlett-Packard’s NetServer Division - #3 to Get Ready, or #4 to Go?
Hewlett-Packard is one of the leading computer companies in the world, but they have fallen to fourth place in the Intel-based server market. Will they move

cpu heatsinks  has set a new CPU density standard for 4U-high (1U=1.75 ) rackable systems. Its new mid-range servers, the LC 2000 and LH 3000, are solid but unexciting in the sense of groundbreaking new functionality. Unexciting is not necessarily a bad thing, the ability to be rock-solid is underrated. However, in today's highly competitive server market, customers can get stability in a number of places, and are looking for more in the way of features and benefits. The rest of HP's product line is getting a little Read More...
Oracle Extends Oracle EBS with Endeca
Oracle paid a hefty price for Endeca Technologies in late 2011, but in addition to the product’s standalone sales, the up- and cross-sales opportunities in

cpu heatsinks  Apps is $18,750 per CPU. While SAP HANA might have a few more bells and whistles than Endeca, Oracle Endeca Extensions should add value to existing Oracle ERP customers. Endeca’s information discovery approach is much easier for regular business users than extensive querying/reporting or building online analytical processing (OLAP) cubes. Endeca extensions are available for Oracle EBS R12.1.3 , the latest currently available release, which has thousands of customers actively working today. Read More...
Compaq and Samsung in Deal to Save Alpha
Compaq Computer Corp. and South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. are planning to announce Monday a preliminary agreement to spend $500 million to advance

cpu heatsinks  be numbered as a CPU alternative to Intel. (See TEC Technollogy Research Note: Compaq's Alpha - Moving Toward Its Omega? August, 1999) Thus, it behooves Compaq to commit fully to making this effort a success. If Compaq is not willing to do what it takes to make Alpha a cost-effective alternative, as well as a volume player in the marketplace, then it should either sell off the remainder of Alpha to someone who will commit, or cut their losses. User Recommendations Despite its previous problems Read More...
ION Middleware-Infor’s Fastest Growth Engine
Infor, a provider of business application software serving more than 70,000 customers in over 190 countries, recently announced strong momentum for Infor ION

cpu heatsinks  based on a Core CPU power—surprising because Infor’s previous management had been toying with an idea of offering ION free as part of the current maintenance contract to customers that were on relatively recent Infor product releases. The main goal was to shore up the install base, not to be a middleware vendor per se. Given that Infor customers are paying for ION licenses, they may see additional value, whereas Infor gets a new license revenue stream. I look forward to the Inforum 2013 user Read More...
CryptoSwift Takes Rainbow Revenues Up 620%
Rainbow Technologies' revenue for its Internet Performance and Security division is up 620% from last year. This increase is due primarily to revenues brought

cpu heatsinks  performed by the webserver CPU, and moves them to the CryptoSwift board. Without the extra load of encryption parsing, a webserver can typically perform 50-90% faster. Market Impact As e-commerce expands, the market for website acceleration technologies will continue to grow. Rainbow Technologies' stock soars over leading market indicators. The best way to find out if the acceleration technologies are worth the money, is to do the math and find out how many dollars in revenue you are losing by not using Read More...

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