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Apple: The New Dual 2.3 GHz Xserve G5
Contributed by: Some Desi, at 2/02/2005 06:52:00 AM.

The Xserve G5 offers dense power in a 1U server with dual 64-bit G5 processors at speeds of up to 2.3GHz. An award-winning UNIX-based server operating system with unlimited clients, up to 1.2TB storage, PCI-X expansion, dual Gigabit Ethernet, fast I/O ports and an optical drive let Xserve G5 serve your every need. Get enterprise class features and stability starting at $2999.
The advanced G5 architecture provides an industry-leading front-side bus dedicated to each CPU as well as up to 8GB DDR SDRAM with ECC protection. That’s room enough to hold entire data sets in memory, whether you’re processing nanoscale electronics, rendering movies or caching websites. In addition, Xserve G5 features dual Gigabit Ethernet on the motherboard, which, combined with the high bandwidth system controller, means you won’t get contention between your network traffic and other I/O.

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Designed to deliver the UNIX-based strengths and cutting-edge capabilities of Mac OS X Server, this rack-optimized server offers phenomenal processing power, massive storage capacity — up to 1.2TB — and remote management tools that make it a snap to deploy and maintain. Add Xserve RAID to hold up to 5.6 terabytes of data.

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  • Thanks buddy for all the Apple/Mac related news. You are our official Apple Guru Now :-)

    Please keep us posted regarding Apple/Mac developments.

    That takes a little burden off my shoulders.

    By Blogger G3nu1n3, at 2/02/2005 11:18:00 AM  

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