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High-End Wintel-Based Rackmount Servers - The Big Get Bigger
A market analysis of Wintel-based rackmount servers: who are the key players, why they'll stay that way, their strengths, why a customer would want one, and

wintel  End Wintel-Based Rackmount Servers - The Big Get Bigger High-End Wintel-Based Rackmount Servers - The Big Get Bigger R.A. Krause - August, 1999 Market Overview The high-end rackmount ( RM ) Intel-based server market is defined as servers (usually more than one) mounted into floor-standing ( FS ) equipment racks, plus storage and other peripherals. Prices range from ~$10K for a bare-bones configuration to $100+K for a loaded configuration. This market grew out of the need for customers to put more Read More...
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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

wintel  s High-End Wintel-based Rack Servers - Working Hard to Stay #1 Compaq's High-End Wintel-based Rack Servers - Working Hard to Stay #1 R.A. Krause - August, 1999 Product Description Compaq's high-end Intel (four CPU) rackmount servers, the ProLiant 5500R , 6400R, and 6500R, are generally used for larger installations, such as data centers/warehouses, and by large companies wanting to minimize the floor space their computers use. Rackmount servers provide the ability to put a large number of CPUs in a Read More...
Wintel Tries to “Embrace and Extend” the English Language
Intel and Microsoft are getting into the server appliance game, only this appliance is really a small server. But if they want to misuse the term, who are we

wintel  where Microsoft is dominant.] Wintel is now trying to jump on the server appliance bandwagon, albeit late. Intel has been thinking about selling servers under its own badge for about ten years. Until now, it has had limited success, preferring to sell through some systems companies. The Small Office Network (SON - is that a shot at Sun?) server resembles the Whistle InterJetII small server (now an IBM company and product), but is somewhat limited by comparison - try supporting a 25-person office Internet Read More...
Does Microsoft Have Something Against 64-Bit Processors?
More cracks appear in the Wintel duolith, as Linux appears to be the first OS “ready for prime time” on Intel’s 64-bit “Itanium” processor. Despite Microsoft’s

wintel  makes interesting fodder for Wintel conspiracy freaks, there is minimal benefit to Intel in doing this. (In the short term; in the long-term, Redmond might consider exacting a penalty for Intel's lack of assistance .) In addition, Intel has shown an increasing willingness to work closely with Linux factions. Of course, we are tactfully ignoring the possibility that Intel will miss its delivery date anyway. [Less than 10% probability] Microsoft does the crash program thing, but accepts a three-month 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

wintel  s Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers High Performance, High Cost Product Background IBM's high-end Intel (four CPU) rackmount servers, the Netfinity 5500 M20 and 7000 M10, are generally used for larger installations, such as data centers/warehouses, and by large companies wanting to minimize the floor space their computers use. Rackmount servers provide the ability to put a large number of CPUs in a small footprint, or to combine CPUs with a large number of peripherals (usually disk drive subsystems). Read More...
Rackmount Server Sales Surge
Rack-optimized servers are reported to have increased their quarter-over-quarter unit sales by over 50%

wintel  Servers - Challenging Compaq s Wintel Dominance ) Vendors and customers have been getting the grow up not out (GUNO) message. Recent figures indicate an increase in momentum toward that model. Although one quarter s numbers hardly mean an overwhelming trend, the 50+% increase in the face of a 2% decline of server sales overall shows its strength. IDC has estimated that 94,000 rack-optimized servers were sold in the US in 1999, we believe the figure is closer to double that amount. We believe the major Read More...
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.

wintel  Research Note: High-End Wintel-based Rackmount Servers The Big Get Bigger August, 1999), it is not clear that a 14U-tall rackmount-which-can-convert will have a sufficiently large market presence. People who need lots of drives can buy storage expansion enclosures to mount underneath a 7U-high server, with little (if any) feature set loss. However, since the mechanical design was just a modest repackaging of the PL 7000, Compaq probably thought the monetary risk was acceptable. Other than this issue, Read More...
Agresso + CODA, VITA + Link (+ CODA 2go): What s the Sum? – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

wintel  layer): Hardware  – Windows/Intel (Wintel ) ; HP-UX  servers; SUN SPARC ; IBM pSeries (formerly RS/6000 ); and IBM System i (formerly iSeries and AS/400 ) Operating systems (OS ) – Microsoft Windows ; UNIX ; Linux ; and OS/400 Databases – Microsoft SQL Server ; Oracle ; Sybase ; and IBM DB2 Web se rvers  – Internet Information Services (IIS ) and Apache HTTP Server Web browsers – Windows Internet Explorer (IE ) and Mozilla Firefox Integrated development environments (IDEs ) –  Microsoft Read More...
Agresso + CODA, VITA + Link (+ CODA 2go): What's the Sum? - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series described Unit 4 Agresso’s (or Agresso in further text) dual product strategy following its acquisition of CODA in 2008. The post then went on to analyzing (and reinforcing if you will, given a number of previous blog entries on the same topic) the post-implementation agility capabilities of Agresso Business World (ABW) [evaluate this product]. The blog post attempted

wintel  layer): Hardware  – Windows/Intel (Wintel ) ; HP-UX  servers; SUN SPARC ; IBM pSeries (formerly RS/6000 ); and IBM System i (formerly iSeries and AS/400 ) Operating systems (OS ) – Microsoft Windows ; UNIX ; Linux ; and OS/400 Databases – Microsoft SQL Server ; Oracle ; Sybase ; and IBM DB2 Web se rvers  – Internet Information Services (IIS ) and Apache HTTP Server Web browsers – Windows Internet Explorer (IE ) and Mozilla Firefox Integrated development environments (IDEs ) –  Microsoft Read More...
HP: Why Not Just Call It “e-Vectra.com”?
HP succumbing to the trend for simple, sealed case PC’s, will release the e-Vectra in April. E-look before you e-leap.

wintel  the same inroads in Wintel architectures as it has in the Mac world. Furthermore, USB support requires either Windows 98 or 2000 - not NT 4.0, whose stability is far better documented than either 98 or 2000. Finally, we believe the sealed case design has problems. What are you supposed to do if they break - throw them away? The classic Vectra may lack the millennial panache of its prefixed e-Vectra cousin, but at least you can replace a Vectra hard drive. That said, the HP e-Vectra offers better legacy Read More...
IA-64 Linux From Red Hat
Red Hat announces the availability of the source code for IA-64 platforms, the first of which will be Intel’s “Itanium” processor, due later this year.

wintel  to the customers. Although Wintel will certainly be a presence, the Lintel option will probably garner significant share, thereby providing a more competitive playing field for customer dollars. From a technical standpoint, it is too early to recommend which OS to use for which situation(s). Outside of Windows still ruling the desktop (and Linux, by implication, not being a major presence there), the server market is too diverse for a one OS fits all pronouncement. Read More...

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