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Egenera Goes Big Memory

It will be Egenera's largest memory offering, the same as Sun managed to squeeze on its new Xeon and Opteron blades

This month Egenera will expand its diskless, stateless Processing Blade line-up with a new four-socket pBlade with 64GB of memory based around dual-core second-generation 2.8GHz Opteron 8220 SE processors.

It will be Egenera's largest memory offering, the same as Sun managed to squeeze on its new Xeon and Opteron blades, and is certified for Windows, Red Hat, SUSE and Solaris.

It's a standard 1U form factor.

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Virtualization News 06/10/07 02:22:14 PM EDT

This month Egenera will expand its diskless, stateless Processing Blade line-up with a new four-socket pBlade with 64GB of memory based around dual-core second-generation 2.8GHz Opteron 8220 SE processors.