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Super Micro SuperServer 8045C-3R - Super Micro SuperServer 8045C-3R
Thu, November 13 2008 | 10:21PM | PermaLink Feedback?
“On September 5, 2007 Company Super Micro Computer, as leader in software optimization and production of top-quality servers, introduced their new “super server” concept. Platform that can support 4 Intel Xeon processors was introduced at the same time, but all this wouldn’t be so interesting if those Xeon CPUs didn’t have four cores. That way it was possible to create server with 16 CPU cores. Nevertheless Super Micro didn’t stop there, and neither did Intel, so now it is possible to install six-core Xeon CPUs. That way server can have 4x6=24 cores!”
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