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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.

REMOTE SERVERS: IBM’s Unix Servers Eclipse Sun IBM’s Unix Servers Eclipse Sun R. Krause - March 31, 2000 Read Comments Event Summary [Reuters] March 10, 2000 NEW YORK - IBM Corp. sold nearly three times as many high-end servers for the Unix operating system as market-leader Sun Microsystems Inc. in the fourth quarter of 1999, research company International Data Corp. reported Friday. IBM sold 720 new RS/6000 S80 servers in the fourth quarter, compared with Sun s sale of 255 of flagship E10000 servers, the report
3/31/2000

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.

REMOTE SERVERS: Compaq s 8-CPU Intel Servers: the New Big Iron Compaq s 8-CPU Intel Servers: the New Big Iron R. Krause - September 1, 1999 Read Comments Product Background In late August, 1999, Compaq started shipments of its eight-CPU Intel servers, the ProLiant 8000 and 8500. The ProLiant 8X00 series is part of the next generation of Intel servers (along with offerings from Dell, HP, IBM, and others) which utilize the Profusion chipset. (This chipset allows servers to break through the previous limitation of four
9/1/1999

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

REMOTE 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

How Do You Categorize Servers?
The term 'PC Server' encompasses a wide range of computing hardware features and functionality. So, how can the entire range be subdivided into more manageable groups? This note discusses one way of separating them, and the functional characteristics associated with each group.

REMOTE SERVERS: How Do You Categorize Servers? How Do You Categorize Servers? R. Krause - September 5, 2000 Read Comments How Do You Categorize Servers? R. Krause - September 5, 2000 Overview In the world of Wintel-based Servers (a/k/a PC Servers), the types of machines offered are as varied as the applications for which they are used. Although it is risky to apply terms too broadly, we can break the server market into six segments, and provide a guide to the features and characteristics of each. (There are other ways
9/5/2000

The 2011 Focus Experts’ Guide to Server Virtualization
Server virtualization is a top priority for midsize businesses in 2011. It offers immediate benefits to organizations of all sizes, although the benefits may differ between large and small. This guide will help you to understand what server virtualization is, where it fits in the overall virtualization landscape, how to determine if and how it can help your business, and how to choose the best solution for your specific needs.

REMOTE SERVERS: The 2011 Focus Experts’ Guide to Server Virtualization The 2011 Focus Experts’ Guide to Server Virtualization Source: Focus Research Document Type: White Paper Description: Server virtualization is a top priority for midsize businesses in 2011. It offers immediate benefits to organizations of all sizes, although the benefits may differ between large and small. This guide will help you to understand what server virtualization is, where it fits in the overall virtualization landscape, how to determine
8/5/2011 1:38:00 PM

IBM Netfinity Server Division
IBM’s Intel-based Netfinity servers currently hold third place in the server wars with Dell and Compaq. What are their chances for improving their position?

REMOTE SERVERS: IBM Netfinity Server Division IBM Netfinity Server Division R. Krause - May 15, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - May 15 , 2000 Vendor Genesis International Business Machines was formed in 1924, although its origin lies in the formation of C-T-R, the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co., in 1911. The company changed its name to IBM while under the leadership of Thomas Watson, Sr., who ran the company until 1956, when his son Thomas Watson, Jr. became CEO. IBM s primary products in the 20s and 30s were, as its
5/15/2000

IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs
IBM announced its latest NUMA-Q server, the E410. Its ability to house up to 64 Intel CPUs represents a doubling of the “largest” current system, the ES7000 from Unisys, and an eight-times increase over the largest current mainstream Intel offerings from Compaq, Dell, and HP.

REMOTE SERVERS: IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs R. Krause - June 19, 2000 Read Comments R. Krause - June 19, 2000 Event Summary May 24, 2000 [Source: IBM] - IBM introduced the world s most powerful Intel-based server, the 64-processor NUMA-Q E410, along with the industry s most affordable technology-leading two-way server, the Netfinity 3500 M20. These products represent the high-end and the low-end of the industry s most scalable Intel-based
6/19/2000

Strategies for Deploying Blade Servers in Existing Data Centers
Strategies for Deploying Blade Servers in Existing Data Centers. Documents and Other Software System to Use In Your Data Center System Linked To the Blade Servers Blade servers have a major advantage over traditional ones—improving processing ability while using less power per server. But, with their smaller footprint, blades can be much more densely packed, resulting in racks that use up to 20 times the electrical power and generate up to 20 times the heat. This can stress power and cooling system capability. Learn how to create a power and cooling strategy with these guidelines.

REMOTE SERVERS: Strategies for Deploying Blade Servers in Existing Data Centers Strategies for Deploying Blade Servers in Existing Data Centers Source: APC by Schneider Electric Document Type: White Paper Description: Blade servers have a major advantage over traditional ones—improving processing ability while using less power per server. But, with their smaller footprint, blades can be much more densely packed, resulting in racks that use up to 20 times the electrical power and generate up to 20 times the heat. This
3/9/2009 3:57:00 PM

The Future of Secure Remote Password (SRP)
The Secure Remote Password (SRP) holds great promise as a way to strongly authenticate a user without the usual risks of dictionary attack(s) faced by other password-based authentication schemes. Yet the industry de-facto standard remains the password-based authentication scheme. This article explores the possibilities for SRP in today’s multi-channel world, specifically how it improves upon the inherent insecurity of password authentication and the obstacles to overcome to succeed.

REMOTE SERVERS: The Future of Secure Remote Password (SRP) The Future of Secure Remote Password (SRP) Brenda Coulson - March 3, 2003 Read Comments Introduction The Secure Remote Password (SRP) is the latest in strong password-based authentication protocols. It holds great promise as a way to strongly authenticate a user without the usual risks of dictionary attack(s) faced by other password-based authentication schemes. Yet despite its deficiencies, the industry de-facto standard remains the password-based authentication
3/3/2003

Remote Vendor Access: Not All Access Should Be Treated Equally
Many companies have already invested heavily in solutions that provide remote access solutions to their employees, and are now looking to leverage those solutions for their remote vendors. But what works for your employees might not work for your vendors—and the wrong solution can introduce security risks, from viruses to unauthorized access and noncompliance. Learn about the different access requirements for vendors.

REMOTE SERVERS: Remote Vendor Access: Not All Access Should Be Treated Equally Remote Vendor Access: Not All Access Should Be Treated Equally Source: e-DMZ Security Document Type: White Paper Description: Many companies have already invested heavily in solutions that provide remote access solutions to their employees, and are now looking to leverage those solutions for their remote vendors. But what works for your employees might not work for your vendors—and the wrong solution can introduce security risks, from
6/5/2008 1:59:00 PM

Remote Access to SourceSafe (100 Times Faster)
Remote access to source code is a requirement for today’s development teams. Popular source control packages are ideal for sharing code across a local area network (LAN), but when used remotely over the Internet, they cause problems in performance, security, and flexibility. Find out how remote-access middleware does more than increase your network speed. It can protect your code base and provide multiplatform support.

REMOTE SERVERS: Remote Access to SourceSafe (100 Times Faster) Remote Access to SourceSafe (100 Times Faster) Source: Dynamsoft Corporation Document Type: White Paper Description: Remote access to source code is a requirement for today’s development teams. Popular source control packages are ideal for sharing code across a local area network (LAN), but when used remotely over the Internet, they cause problems in performance, security, and flexibility. Find out how remote-access middleware does more than increase your
10/30/2007 12:15:00 PM


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