Xserve “carries pervasive big iron design to the mainstream”


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In his glowing review of the new 8-core Xserve, Tom Yager (infoworld.com) asserts that it “breaks the PC server mold with big iron-class reliability, availability, and serviceability features, but with neither the big iron price tag nor management complexity.” A great option for small business, “Xserve is built and supported to run not for one or two years, but three years, five years, and beyond.”

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