Seneca First With Intel's Multi-Flex

Masterson, Michele
February 2008
CRN;2/25/2008, Issue 1260, p12
The article reports on the launch of New York-based Seneca Data Inc.'s first custom modular server built on the Multi-Flex technology from Santa Clara, California-based Intel Corp. The server computer model is based on the Intel 5000P series chipset with support for Multi-Core Intel Xeon processors. It is claimed that using the Multi-Flex technology, the Seneca Data Nexlink StableFlex modular server integrates dedicated storage capacity.


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