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Re: IBM Heralds Burgeoning BladeCenter Support
Posted by: Jay Lyman 2004-12-20 10:58:54
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IBM said today that its bet on blade server technology is paying off, announcing that more than 100 companies had acquired its eServer BladeCenter specification since the blade server base technology was made available last September. IBM, which opened its BladeCenter design specification with Intel, called the rapidly growing support evidence that blade servers are moving beyond their traditional role in IT infrastructure, broadening in both hardware support and market share.


Re: IBM Heralds Burgeoning BladeCenter Support
Posted by: vito 2004-12-20 11:07:23 In reply to: Jay Lyman
Put 5 blade centers in a 42 u rack. If they are all fully loaded with blades peak power is 20KW in a 2 foot by 3 foot(approx) foot print. Put 10 of them in a small space.
How you going to keep it cool?
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