Buyer's guide: servers
HINTS AND TIPSA server is a piece of hardware which manages access to a centrally stored resource in a netowork.Servers come as free-standing pedestal units or as units that can be stacked in a rack.When specifying a rackmount server, the U specification tells you how high the server is. A 2U server is twice as thick as a 1U one, so you will be able to fit half as many in a standard cabinet.The most recent Intel quad-core processors pack four central ...
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