Gateway 64-Bit Xeon-based server

By Derek Sooman on April 7, 2005, 11:38 AM
This week Gateway is introducing a new server product, the 1U (1.75-inch) Gateway 9415. The server is Intel's 64-bit optimized Xeon processor, and boasts three hot-swap bay drives, RAID 5 capabilities and dual redundant power supplies. It offers up to 2MB of Level 2 cache and supports PCI Express I/O technology.

Gateway officials are targeting the server at high-performance and storage-intensive environments, such as departmental databases, Web or application servers, and ERP (enterprise resource planning) and CRM (customer relationship management) deployments.

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Nodsu said:
What the hell is this?How much did you get paid for this Gateway ad?Or is this server something totally revolutionary? (Doesn't look like that)
Phantasm66 said:
Nope, its just an interesting piece of news, in the hope that it adds to the generally interesting mix of stuff on the front page. Its not meant to be ground breaking news; its just an interesting piece on a new hardware that is of a type some of our readers might not know about. I do think this is a useful site for hobbists and stuff to learn something about IT and enterprise technologies if they don't already know (which is the case with many.)
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