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Compaq’s 'Photon' Comes into the Light
After much anticipation, Compaq’s version of a 1U-high (one 'rack unit') server is finally ready to ship.

netfinity stencil  (Ref. IBM Announces Netfinity 4000R Super-Thin Server ) in late 1999, we see the DL360 (formerly known as Photon ) as a very strong entry into this market. We believe Compaq's new system overcomes one of the key challenges of the NEI system - serviceability. Whereas NEI's philosophy is to allow the customer to do a box upgrade (meaning: if something fails, replace the entire chassis), Compaq allows users to replace/upgrade most of the key components, plus it has hot-swappable hard drives. In

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