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Dell PowerEdge 1950

Dell PowerEdge 1950

A 2-way SMP server designed to accommodate Intel dual-core Xeon processors, the <a href="http://www1.euro.dell.com/content/products/productdetails.aspx/pedge_1950?c=uk&cs=RC1050265&l=en&s=pad">PowerEdge 1950</a> sits at the top of Dell’s 1U rack-mount range. It’s not a particularly expandable solution &mdash; there simply isn’t room for lots of adapters or disks &mdash; but that hasn’t stopped Dell’s designers cramming a lot in to create a server that can be used for a variety of purposes.

February 22, 2007 by in Servers

Asigra Televaulting 6.2

Asigra Televaulting 6.2

Asigra’s <a href="http://www.asigra.com/products/televaulting.php">Televaulting 6.2</a> suite enables companies to backup data from a range of desktop and server operating systems using LAN and internet connections to transport the data, rather than old-fashioned tape. Asigra says the main reason that firms buy Televaulting is to backup data from remote sites to a central location. We found the Televaulting suite, which costs $11,250 (£5,752) for 200GB of compressed data, remarkable for its comprehensive range of options for handling multiple customers, such as various billing, data retention and SLA options. There are also controls to limit the amount of storage and bandwidth that customers and their individual computers can use. Data is stored on disks attached to the Televaulting server, while metadata, such as descriptions of when and where the data came from, are stored in SQL databases.

February 21, 2007 by in Reviews

MoGo Mouse BT

MoGo Mouse BT

Many notebook users work perfectly well with the navigation system that's built into their computers, but others prefer to use a mouse. However, a mouse is yet another item to carry in your bag, and that there's often an inconvenient wired connection to the computer. The <a href="http://www.newtonperipherals.com/Mogo_Products.htm">MoGo Mouse BT</a> addresses these issues by communicating with your notebook via Bluetooth and residing (and charging up) in your system's PC Card slot when it's not in use.

February 20, 2007 by in Hardware

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