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It Takes More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web
Compaq Computer Corporation, desperate to get some kind of high-end UNIX benefit from its ill-conceived acquisition of Digital Equipment Corp., has announced its massive, 32-CPU capable GS series of Alpha systems. But, as was the case with Digital, Compaq marketing seems overly concerned with CPU - not system - performance.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web It Takes More Than a Fast CPU to Rule the Web R. Krause - June 26, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - June 26, 2000 Event Summary NEW YORK and LONDON, May 16, 2000 - Compaq Computer Corporation today announced an aggressive attack on the $32 billion high-end UNIX market with the worldwide launch of its new AlphaServer GS series systems. Targeting dot-coms as well as customers in telecommunications, high-performance technical computing, healthcare and financial services,

HP s Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers: Focusing on Reliability and Expandability
Hewlett-Packard's four-CPU rackmount products, the NetServer LH4r and LXr 8000, are aimed at customers who want reliable, expandable server installations.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: Glossary: Xeon: Intel Corporation CPU U : Rack unit = 1.75 HDD: Hard disk drive tpmC : Performance unit, transaction-based (for further info: www.tpc.org Transaction Processing Performance Council) NIC : Network Interface Card PCI : Peripheral Component Interconnect (an internal I/O bus)

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.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: raise the bar on CPU density for larger rackable systems. This product is an enterprise-class machine, geared toward larger computing environments. (Hewlett-Packard also released their NetServer LH 6000 at the same time. The LH 6000 is also a six-CPU server, but is more focused on internal disk expansion than on packing a bunch of CPUs into a rack.) The NetServer LT 6000r is aimed at those users who want to increase the number of computes per square foot of floor space. As floor space becomes more

Turmoil in CPU-Land
Intel announces a recall of the barely-shipping 1.13 GHz Pentium III, and AMD announces the head of its PC processor unit is 'leaving to pursue other interests'.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: cases winning (relative to CPU performance). This has elevated AMD from its former me-too status to a serious contender in the Intel-architecture market. We don t envision AMD surpassing Intel any time soon (especially because of AMD s non-presence in the server market), but this stuff does make life interesting. For AMD , we envision a slight loss of momentum (as generally happens when a key person leaves), but we do not presently believe the long-term effects will hurt AMD greatly. User

An Introduction to Load Balancing
An Introduction to Load Balancing. IT Guides and Other Software to Use In Your Dynamic System and to Load Balancing. Is it possible for a business to ensure uninterrupted, secure, and high-performance access to network-based business applications and web sites? Yes. With network load balancers, user requests are evenly distributed among available servers so that individual servers do not become overwhelmed. Learn about the basics of load balancing and how it can improve the performance and security of your business applications.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: have different requirements for CPU usage, I/O throughput, etc., it is possible to increase eficiency by using some servers to handle transactions, and others to provide storage or other functions. Also, with Layer 7 request switching, certain users can be directed to higher-power servers to provide the highest service level. Global server load balancing In addition to enhancing load balancing with Layer 7 request switching, organizations can beneit from class server load balancing (GSLB) across the
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How Do You Categorize Notebooks?
The notebook computer market has become one of the remaining battlegrounds for computer manufacturers. Our purpose here is to define the notebook market segments, describe what the general characteristics of each segment are, and to give users an idea of what features they can expect for each segment.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: are external, not internal. CPU and Memory : Except for Apple s products, notebook computers primarily use CPUs based on Intel s x86 architecture. Whether manufactured by Intel or AMD, comparable processor classes will have comparable performance. The distinction will come from the class of processor: generally, low-end notebooks use Intel Celeron-class processors (or its equivalent), and the high-end notebooks will use Pentium III-class processors. However, these processors are generally not exactly the

IBM’s DB2 Tops TPC Benchmark List
Leapfrogging the rest of the transaction-processing world, IBM has posted TPC-C results more than tripling the highest current transaction-per-minute figure.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: results for 64- and 96-CPU clusters - there s an apparent near-doubling of performance, but the price/performance appears worse ($32.28/tpmC for Netfinity vs. $19.12/tpmC). However, these results were withdrawn because Microsoft s SQL Server 2000, which Compaq used, violated some of the testing rules [1]. Thus, it is unclear whether a re-test of a Compaq cluster will provide equivalent results. From a software standpoint , this is potentially a big win for IBM and DB2, and potentially a setback for

My Network Engineers are Talking about Implementing Split DNS. What Does that Mean?
You have heard that something called split DNS can speed up websites. What does this mean and how does it work?

CPU MOTHERBOARD: with your customers for CPU cycles. Since the goal is to make your customers experience a fast website, don t setup your internal DNS server to be a slave of your external DNS server. Instead, use an altogether different server on your internal network for a secondary DNS slave. Set up your secondary DNS slave (not shown on the above diagram) to resolve outbound queries to other domains, and your internal DNS primary to resolve queries for your own local corporate domain. In this configuration, your

Dell Updates Its Appliance Line
As part of a far-reaching strategy to grab a large share of Internet infrastructure computing, Dell has announced three new appliance server models.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: Dell believes that a single-CPU system is sufficiently powerful to drive xSP-type applications, with the bottleneck being the network. IBM believes that for heavy-duty Web applications, dual-CPU systems provide a more robust and powerful infrastructure. We advise customers to test these contentions for themselves before committing large amounts of money to revamping (or building up) their infrastructure. For example, back-end loaded (e.g., calculation/processing-intense) sites might benefit more from a

DOJ Keeps Low Profile on Curador; Protect Your IIS Server Today!
After insisting the perpetrator of the February Distributed Denial of Service attacks would be caught and punished, a month later, the Department of Justice, and Janet Reno, are keeping a low profile on the antics of an altogether different, but in many ways more serious, cyber attack. Take Remote Data Service precautions today. Here's how.

CPU MOTHERBOARD: windows server 2003, web server, hyper v, iis server, windows iis, iis 6..

Information/Internet Appliances
Information appliances, also called Internet or PC appliances, are a new market that appeal to those customers who want to reduce their desktop hardware expenditures. What are they, who makes them, and what do you get for your money?

CPU MOTHERBOARD: general, appliances include a CPU, operating system or browser (or both), memory, network card, keyboard/mouse, and sometimes a media device (CD, floppy, or hard drive) and (less often) I/O slots. However, as more storage and I/O capability is added, it becomes an anorexic PC, not an appliance. Appliances are generally small - a typical footprint is 6 wide and 10 deep. What you generally do not get is a graphics card, more than one or two I/O slots (if at all) or more than two drives of any type

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