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May 12, 2009  6:48 PM

Rackable acquires Silicon Graphics, takes SGI name



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
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Rackable Systems completed its acquisition of Silicon Graphics, Inc. on Monday and oddly enough, Rackable will adopt SGI as its global name and brand, instead of the other way around.

March 24, 2009  8:08 PM

Intel set to release “Nehalem” Xeon processors



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
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Intel may launch its next generation multi-core Xeon processors, code-named Nehalem, on Monday. The company sent out invitations to a live webcast on March 30 "for the launch of a groundbreaking new server architecture." If that doesn't give it away, some server vendors have already announced...


January 26, 2009  6:31 PM

AMD ships more efficient, faster versions of 45nm Opteron CPU



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
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Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) is now shipping seven new versions of

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January 7, 2009  7:30 PM

Rackable Systems ships 12 V server motherboards; no 12 V enclosure plans yet



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
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Google claims to have the most efficient data...

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October 21, 2008  2:28 PM

Rackable Systems updates its most popular half depth server



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
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Rackable Systems, Inc. today announced the new C2005 server, designed with more expansion slots and a choice of SAS or SATA II hard drives for greater flexibility and configurability. The


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