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IBM delivers server with X3 architecture
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 2/22/2005 10:06:00 PM.

New eServer xSeries 366 contains Hurricane chip set

Claiming it represents a significant breakthrough in server-based computing, IBM on Tuesday debuted its first Intel system based on its X3 architecture along with a customized chip set that supports up to 32 single- or dual-core Xeon chips.

The newly minted eServer xSeries 366, the first in a series of dual-core-capable Intel servers expected to ship over the coming year, has technical "hooks" built in to support IBM's Virtualization Engine, making server consolidation easier. The system also runs 32- and 64-bit applications on the same platform, thereby allowing corporate users to migrate to a 64-bit environment gradually.

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