Intel, IBM, Others Craft Speedy Servers for Cloud Computing

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Intel, IBM, Others Craft Speedy Servers for Cloud Computing

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Intel Microserver

Intel executives showed off the company's microserver reference design, which can put 16 compute modules in a 5U (8.75-inch) enclosure.

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SGI Octane III

Introduced the day before IDF kicked off, SGI officials call Octane III a personal supercomputer that can hold up to 80 processing cores.

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SGI CloudRack

SGI's CloudRack enclosure can hold up to 114 dual-socket or 228 single-socket servers.

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IBM iDataPlex dx360 M2

IBM's iDataPlex server array looks to pack as much computing power into standard 42U rack as possible, and offers half-depth systems powered by Intel's Xeon 5500 Series chips and DDR3 memory.

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Dell C6100

Dell's 2U (3.5-inch) enclosure holds up to four dual-socket blades powered by Intel's Xeon 5500 chips and offers shared power and cooling.

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Verari Cloud Appliance

Verari's Cloud Appliance looks to address the issue of scaling storage in cloud computing environments, allowing for growth to store from terabytes to petabytes of data.

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Verari VB1300

Verari's VB1300 Series blade server can hold two quad-core Xeon 5500 Series chips, offers up to 144GB of DDR3 memory and up to 4TB of local storage.

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SuperMicro Twin 2

SuperMicro's 2U Twin 2 enclosure can hold up to four compute nodes and offers hot-swappable power supplies and hard drives.

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