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|11th June 2010, 00:13||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Supermicro puts 2880 cores in a rack
UPERMICRO WAS SHOWING off a bunch of high end servers and boards during Computex, most based around Magny-Cours, and a few Becton machines as well. Not to be outdone, they finally revealed a new line of modular racks.
Racks may not seem all that exciting, but this new line from Supermicro does try and step out of the ordinary in useful ways. First up, everything is modular, so you can order side panels, doors, rails, rear power options and the rest until you get bored. By then, you won't have come close to using all the choices, there are a lot to pick from. The original idea was for the racks to be OEM only, and since they are not on the Supermicro site yet, that still seems to be the case. From the front, they look like any other rack out there, but the back is a bit longer than normal.
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