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IBM’s Unix Servers Eclipse Sun
IBM’s latest RS/6000 server, the high-end S80, outsold Sun Microsystems’ E10000 by almost three-to-one in the fourth quarter. Who cares – it’s the performance and price that may end up burning Sun.

USED SERVERS: products and a more focused sales effort. Hardware such as servers represents 30 percent of a $700 billion electronic business market, he said. IBM s S80 Unix server, introduced last year, was among the first products to use IBM s copper-based microprocessors, which provide high performance from a lower number of processors, reducing costs. IBM said the S80 s sales strength was dramatic due to the fact that they only began shipping in September. This shows that we re really outselling Sun in the top
3/31/2000

Why Group Policy Matters for Servers
Administrative errors can and do happen, but native tools do little to aid administrators in this area. While Microsoft’s Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) is a great tool for managing group policy, it has its limitations. Discover how to implement best-practice approaches to help successfully extend the deployment of group policy to your server security settings, while reducing costs and minimizing errors.

USED SERVERS: Why Group Policy Matters for Servers Why Group Policy Matters for Servers Source: NetIQ Document Type: White Paper Description: Administrative errors can and do happen, but native tools do little to aid administrators in this area. While Microsoft’s Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) is a great tool for managing group policy, it has its limitations. Discover how to implement best-practice approaches to help successfully extend the deployment of group policy to your server security settings, while
11/27/2007 3:35:00 PM

Compaq, Dell Announce Eight-Way Intel Servers
Compaq and Dell have announced eight-CPU Intel servers, shipping in late August/early September.

USED SERVERS: Compaq, Dell Announce Eight-Way Intel Servers Compaq, Dell Announce Eight-Way Intel Servers R. Krause - September 3, 1999 Read Comments Compaq, Dell Announce Eight-Way Intel Servers R.A. Krause - September 3rd, 1999 Event Summary Compaq Computer Corporation (August 17th) and Dell Computer Corporation (August 23rd) announced shipment of their new eight-way (8 CPUs) servers, based on Intel s Profusion chipset. (HP and IBM expected to ship by the end of September.) Early performance figures show an
9/3/1999

Compaq s 8-CPU Intel Servers: the New Big Iron
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.

USED SERVERS: Interface (disk storage interface used in servers and PCs) PCI: Peripheral Component Interconnect (an I/O bus used in servers and PCs) U: Rack unit: a unit of height in rack systems, equal to 1.75  
9/1/1999

IBM PC Line Redrawn
IBM has decided to combine its entire desktop PC line under one name. The NetVista brand, until last week the name for IBM’s thin clients and appliance desktops, will now cover the whole range, including newly-released models for home and business.

USED SERVERS: into the forward-looking brand used for their Internet appliance product line; the flip side is that none of IBM s main competitors (with the possible exception of Gateway) use a single brand name for both home and business PCs. We believe expecting the customer to remember the difference between a NetVista A20 (large enterprise), a NetVista A20m (small business), and a NetVista A20i (home) is a little much. Especially when contrasted to HP s Vectra and Pavilion lines, or Dell s Dimension and Omniplex
9/27/2000

HP says When in Doubt, Buy It Out for Server Appliances
HP to sell Procom's server appliances.

USED SERVERS: that can easily be used with both Unix and Windows NT servers from HP, Ahari said. Current low-end NetForce machines hold between 36 and 150 gigabytes of data, Razmjoo said. The high-end models hold a whopping 5 terabytes. HP will sell a customized version of a new midrange Procom file server due in March that holds between 100 and 500 gigabytes, Razmjoo said. Procom builds its servers around Seagate and IBM hard disks and Intel chips, Razmjoo said. The machines run a proprietary operating system created
2/2/2000

Skybot Software


USED SERVERS: Skybot Software™ is the developer of Skybot Scheduler™, an enterprise automation software for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers.

CMMS vs EAM: What Is the Difference?
Every enterprise asset management (EAM) application can be used as a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), but not every CMMS can be used as, or has the broad functionality of, an EAM application. More specifically, CMMS is essentially about managing maintenance work necessary to sustain an asset, whereas EAM has more to do with managing the asset over its lifecycle to minimize cost and risk while maximizing return. This white paper explores how CMMS applications and EAM applications drive value.

USED SERVERS: (EAM) application can be used as a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), but not every CMMS can be used as, or has the broad functionality of, an EAM application. More specifically, CMMS is essentially about managing maintenance work necessary to sustain an asset, whereas EAM has more to do with managing the asset over its lifecycle to minimize cost and risk while maximizing return. This white paper explores how CMMS applications and EAM applications drive value. CMMS vs EAM: What Is the
2/22/2013 4:52:00 PM

Ten Cooling Solutions to Support High-density Server Deployment
High-density servers offer a significant performance per-watt benefit. However, they can present a significant cooling challenge. Most data centers are designed to cool an average of no more than 2 kilowatts per rack, but many new servers demand over 40. Thus, innovative strategies must be used to properly cool high-density equipment. Read about 10 approaches that can help increase cooling efficiency in your data center.

USED SERVERS: innovative strategies must be used to properly cool high-density equipment. Read about 10 approaches that can help increase cooling efficiency in your data center. Ten Cooling Solutions to Support High-density Server Deployment style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   IT Infrastructure and Development,   Data Center Equipment,   Cooling System,   Racks and Enclosures Source: APC by Schneider Electric Learn more about APC by Schneider Electric Readers who
6/25/2008 5:17:00 PM

How to Centrally Manage SAN Storage Configuration and Assignment for Microsoft Windows Servers
Microsoft System Management Server 2003 and Operations Manager 2005 storage monitoring solutions provide the necessary tools to centrally manage and monitor Windows client and server infrastructure. Now, Sanbolic’s LaScala clustered volume manager and related products offer a complementary toolkit which enables administrators to centrally configure and assign storage assets in a storage area network (SAN) environment.

USED SERVERS: How to Centrally Manage SAN Storage Configuration and Assignment for Microsoft Windows Servers How to Centrally Manage SAN Storage Configuration and Assignment for Microsoft Windows Servers Source: Sanbolic Document Type: White Paper Description: Microsoft System Management Server 2003 and Operations Manager 2005 storage monitoring solutions provide the necessary tools to centrally manage and monitor Windows client and server infrastructure. Now, Sanbolic’s LaScala clustered volume manager and related
11/28/2007 2:20:00 PM

Flaw in Intel Xeon 550 Chips: Shipments Stopped
Intel halted shipments of 550MHz Xeon processors to OEMs after flaw discovered.

USED SERVERS: Flaw in Intel Xeon 550 Chips: Shipments Stopped Flaw in Intel Xeon 550 Chips: Shipments Stopped R. Krause - September 29, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary Sep 24, 1999 - Intel Corporation officials confirmed that the company has put a hold on shipping two versions of its 550-MHz Pentium III Xeon chips to OEMs for at least two weeks because of a bug that is causing eight-way servers to freeze on boot-up. To this point the glitch has been limited to versions of the chip containing the 512Kb and 1MB caches.
9/29/1999


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