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Fujitsu releases Xeon-based Primergy servers

Fujitsu has launched a family of energy-efficient dual socket Primergy servers based around Intel's yet-to-be released Xeon 'Romley' processors.The Primergy Dual Socket Generation of servers was launched worldwide on Monday, along with the Primergy CX400 S1, a multi-node server designed for cloud and high-performance computing.

March 5, 2012 by

Fujitsu touts 'green datacenter in a box'

Let's start with the energy efficiency features of Fujitsu's new Primergy BX400, a blade enclosure system designed for the needs of midsize businesses that the company plans to ship in December.According to the spec sheets, the technology -- which can accommodate up to eight server or storage blades in the enclosure -- uses up to 30 percent less electricity than comparable infrastructure and it puts out less heat, which means that the electricity needed to cool it off is also reduced.

November 29, 2010 by

Fujitsu adds server to 'zero-watt' hardware portfolio

(Updated July 25, 2010, to add pricing) For smaller companies that are interested in a more energy-efficiency entry level server, Fujitsu has just come out with the Primergy TX100 S2, based on the Intel Xeon processor 3400 series.The big value proposition for the new hardware is that it draws zero watts during its off state; most other server models draw some sort of residual power even they are supposedly powered down.

July 22, 2010 by

NComputing X300

NComputing's X300 provides a cost-effective way to hang up to six terminals off a single desktop PC using low-power, secure, easy to administer and quiet access terminals. It's not for power users, but is well suited to schools, business workgroups, libraries, internet cafés and suchlike.

February 14, 2008 by

PCI - The third generation

Over the next few months, you'll hear about PCI Express. This is an Intel-backed proposal for a next-generation PCI bus aimed at every size of computer from notebook to server

August 13, 2002 by

ServerWorks unveils server app chipset

SEATTLE--Broadcom subsidiary ServerWorks has released its new CSB6 chip, which handles input-output chores for special-purpose networked computers called "server appliances." The "southbridge" I/O chip, paired with a "northbridge" chip to communicate with memory and a system's main processor, collectively are called the system's chipset. The CSB6 includes support for three RAID (redundant array of inexpensive disks) channels using the lower-end ATA disk drive standard, making it good for basic server appliances, ServerWorks said Tuesday at the WinHEC conference here. The product also has twice as much input-output performance as its predecessor, the CSB5, supporting Broadcom's newer Grand Champion HE and LE northbridge chips, 64-bit PCI buses and 1 gigabit-per-second Ethernet. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News

April 16, 2002 by

Intel dishes up new networking chips

Intel announced a chip that lets server- and network-card manufacturers build two 1-gigabit-per-second Ethernet ports into their servers. Most servers today come with network connections one tenth that speed. In addition to the two-port 82546EB chip for servers, Intel released the one-port 82545EM gigabit Ethernet controller chip for workstations and the one-port 82540EM for desktop computers. The chips, currently still in prototype stage, will cost $89.95, $59.95 and $34.95 each. The workstation and server models support the higher-speed PCI-X data-communication standard. --Stephen Shankland, Special to ZDNet News

February 25, 2002 by

Sun Enterprise Ultra 10S

Sun's minitower entry-level workgroup server, with the 440-MHz UltraSPARC-IIi processor supporting up to 1 GB of memory, 4 PCI expansion slots, and up to 18.2 GB of internal storage.

May 15, 2001 by

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