Posted By Rich Miller On June 14, 2006 @ 9:09 pm In Technology | Comments Disabled
For the first time, customers can minimize energy costs and environmental impact and ensure application availability with control efficiency at the component, enclosure and rack levels. … The ultra-efficient HP Active Cool Fan cuts server airflow by 30 percent and energy consumption by 50 percent compared to traditional fans. In addition, the c-Class architecture can deliver power savings of up to 40 percent or more versus rack-mount servers.So what’s the hitch? “HP’s new c-Class blade platform is not compatible with HP’s previous blade platform, which creates some pain for customers and fodder for competitors,” notes Dan Farber of ZDNet.
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