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abbreviation for PRIVY COUNCIL, Privy Counsellor, police constable.
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Fujitsu today announced the global availability of blade server technology designed especially for smaller and mid-size businesses that are looking for scalable efficiencies and consolidation.
We expect to see Fujitsu gain share in the upper segment of the blade server market as a direct consequence of this launch."
McAfee's new Content Security Blade Server represents a breakthrough in e-mail and Web security.
Also announced were two new products, the McAfee M-8000 Network Security Platform (formerly known as McAfee IntruShield Network Intrusion Prevention) and the McAfee Content Security Blade Server that eliminates performance bottlenecks, reduce complexity and deliver uncompromised intrusion prevention, e-mail and Web security.
Developed based on Hitachi's experience in virtualization technology nurtured on mainframes, the server virtualization system is made available on BladeSymphony, the company's service platform that integrates blade servers, storage units, networking equipment, operating systems and other system management software into a single package.
Legacy data centers are becoming obsolete as blade servers hit the mainstream, because a rack of blade servers today can reach densities of up to 24 kW per rack.
Blade servers are believed to be one of the likely early adopters of 10GbE C-NIC technology.
A rack-based PC client system built around blade servers, ClearCube allows desktop administrators to quickly and easily replace existing desktop computers with the ClearCube infrastructure by placing C/Port desktop converters near a power source and an Ethernet jack.
Brocade Communications Systems Inc has scored an OEM deal with IBM Corp that will see Big Blue package a bladed Brocade SAN switch with its BladeCenter blade server chassis.
"We wanted one cohesive environment that would provide us the flexibility to have a combination of blade server technology and multi-processor systems, and be able to dynamically allocate all available resources to specific applications when appropriate.
'The issue is managing this whole bunch of heterogeneous computers of various ages and figuring out how best to maximize what they do,' said Tim Dougherty, director of blade server strategy IBM.