Network Engines serves up Linux for clustering

Connor, Deni
May 1999
Network World;05/17/99, Vol. 16 Issue 20, p19
Trade Publication
Focuses on Randolph, Massachusetts-based Network Engines' introduction of a compact Linux server called X-Engine server. Chance for companies to group X-Engines into clusters of about 250 boxes; Features of the server; Pricing options.


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