human art and other bits


Trademe's new computer.

, posted: 2-Sep-2007 23:48

I read about the new boxes Trademe's getting on m-net here.

TradeMe got a couple c-class blades for Wellington and Auckland datacentres. BL480c and BL465c servers.

The Flash part is the Texas Memory Systems' RamSan Solid State Disk
  • Up to 1 Terabyte of non-volatile DDRRAM in 24U.

  • Over 3.2 million random I/O requests per second.

  • Over 24 GB/second of random sustainable data bandwidth.

Texas Memory Systems' RamSan solid state disks can accelerate I/O intensive applications, such as those based on SQL Servers, by up to 2500%. Which will be great for seeing all the new search options available.



Other related posts:
EASEUS Todo Backup – my favourite backup software
Jolicloud on the netbook
A couple of new things on my EeePC 1001HA




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Brett Cooper
Feilding
New Zealand


Stone artist with a digital understanding. 1st computer was a c=64