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Processor Specifications
   Processor / CPU Type:       
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   Intel® Pentium® III XeonTM       The Intel® Pentium® III Xeon™ processor is designed for mid-range to high-end servers and workstations. 
   Intel® Pentium® IV       A server and workstation processor developed by Intel® Corporation. 
   Intel® Itanium®       General Specs of the Intel® Itanium® Family:
  • Internal Register Size: 64-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 64-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 44-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 64GB
 
   Intel® Celeron®       General Specs of the Intel® Celeron® family:
  • Internal Register Size: 32-bit
  • Data I/O Bus Width: 64-bit
  • Memory Address Bus Width: 36-bit
  • Maximum Memory: 64GB
 
   AMD GeodeTM GX1 Family       General Specs of the AMD GeodeTM GX1 family:
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Speed up to 300 MHz
  • Supports Intel's® MMX instruction set extension for fast multimedia applications
  • PCI Host Controller
 
   AMD OpteronTM       An AMD Processor. 
   Motorola PowerPCTM       Motorola PowerPCTM is a RISC (Reduce Instruction Set Computer) microprocessor designed to meet the standard set by the PowerPC Alliance (Motorola, IBM, and Apple Computer). The PowerPC standard specifies a 32-bit and 64-bit bus and support for 32 floating point registers. The PowerPC processor is used to power notebooks, desktop computers, workstations, servers, as well as high-end telecommunication networks. 
   UltraSPARC® Family (UltraSPARC®-II)       General Specs of the SUN® Microsystems UltraSparcTM Family:
  • Full 64-bit implementation of SPARC V9 architecture
  • Built-in MP support (glueless 4-way and up to 64-way)
  • Performance Scalability (frequency range: 250-480MHz; L2 cache support: 256KB-16MB)
  • Multiple SRAM modes (variable speed L2 cache)
 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   Processor Speed:       The number of operations per second (expressed in MHz) that the processor can accomplish. 
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   Supported Processors:       The maximum number of processors supported by the server. 
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Memory
   Supported RAM:       The maximum memory (in MB) supported by the system. Random access memory (RAM) is the main memory of the computer. 
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   Cache Memory (L1 & L2):       The cache contains the data that is accessed most often the CPU and memory. Cache memory accounts for a small amount of high-speed RAM and is the memory that the processor most often uses. The cache runs almost as fast as the processor. 
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Storage
   Hard Drives Supported:       
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   IDE Interface       Integrated drive electronics (IDE) describes a hard disk controller circuitry. 
   SCSI Interface       Small computer system interface (SCSI) is a system level interface that can support many physical units. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary configuration. 
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   Internal RAID Support?       The server has support features for an internal redundant array of independent disks (RAID). 
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   Supported Storage       The maximum storage (in MB) that can be installed in the server. 
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Connectivity
   Network:       
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   10Base-T Ethernet       10Base-T (also called Twisted Pair Ethernet) is one adaptation of the IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet) standard for Local Area Networks (LAN), which uses twisted-pair cables with a maximum length of 100 meters. The cable is thinner and more flexible than the coaxial cable used for the 10Base-2 or 10Base-5 standards. Cables in the 10Base-T system connect with RJ-45 connectors.  The 10Base-T system operates at 10 Mbps and uses baseband type of transmission. 
   10Base-2 Ethernet       10Base-2 (also called Thinnet) is one adaptation of the IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet) standard for Local Area Networks (LAN). The 10Base-2 standard uses 50-ohm coaxial cable (RG-58 A/U) with maximum lengths of 185 meters. This cable is thinner and more flexible than that used for the 10Base-5 standard. Cables in the 10Base-2 system connect with BNC connectors. The 10Base-2 system operates at 10 Mbps and uses baseband type of transmission. 
   Fast Ethernet       Fast Ethernet is the 100 Mbps Ethernet Specification. The IEEE 802.3 committee developed the standards for this protocol. The general designation for these standards is 100Base-T. There are different alternatives that are used with different transmission media. The group called 100Base-X alternatives use two physical links between nodes (one for transmission and one for reception). The 100Base-T group uses the Medium Access Control (MAC) protocol. 
   Gigabit Ethernet       Gigabit Ethernet is the standard for a high-speed Ethernet, approved by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 802.3z Gigabit Task Force in 1996. 
   Token Ring       A token ring is a medium access control technique for ring topology. Token ring technology is based on the use of a small frame, called token, that circulates when all stations are idle. A host may transmit by seizing the token, inserting a packet onto the ring, and then retransmitting via the token. Token ring is a medium access control (MAC) protocol. 
   Fibre Channel       Fibre channel is a computer communications protocol designed to provide a means for the high-speed transfer of data in a serial link between supercomputers, mainframes, workstations, desktop computers, storage devices, displays, and other peripherals. Fibre channel technology uses optical fibers to connect computers and peripheral devices that require high bandwidth. It functions via a serial data transfer architecture that is compatible with SCSI. The most prominent fibre channel standard is arbitrated loop (FC-AL), which can support full-duplex data transfer rates of 100MBps. 
   Fieldbus       Fieldbus is a generic term that describes an all-digital communications network protocol used in industry as a Local Area Network (LAN) for factory / plant instrumentation and control devices. The network is a digital, bi-directional, multidrop, serial-bus, communications network used to link isolated field devices, such as controllers, transducers, actuators and sensors. 
   Other       Other unlisted technology 
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Operating Systems Supported
           
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   Microsoft® Windows®       Operating system developed by the Microsoft® Corporation. It uses a graphical user interface to control the system. 
   Linux®       An open-source UNIX clone operating system that runs on machines powered by the x86 microprocessor. 
   Novell NetWare       A local area network (LAN) operating system developed by Novell Inc. NetWare runs on a variety of different types of LANs such as Ethernets, Token rings, etc. 
   SCO UnixWare       An Unix-like operating system that runs on x86 machines. 
   Banyan VINES       A multitasking, multi-user network protocol used to internetwork LANs and WANs. Banyan VINES (Virtual Networking System) is based on the UNIX operating system. 
   Unix       A powerful multi-user, multitasking-operating system developed at Bell Labs in the early 1970s. 
   Mac OS       Macintosh operating system developed by Apple Computer, Inc. 
   Other       Other unlisted, specialized, or proprietary operating system. 
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Blade Density The number of blade servers that fit into the blade chassis (razor).
   Blade Density       The number of blade servers that fit into the blade chassis (razor). 
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   Chassis Height (RU)       Chassis height in rack units (RU). Blade server chassis are also known as razors. 
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