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Intel is punting a new modular server kit that's based on standardized parts for system builders and OEMs who cater to small and mid-sized businesses. The platform, dubbed Intel Modular Server, uses blade server specifications announced by the Server Systems Infrastructure (SSI) organization last July. The gist is, when …

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  1. E

    Way!

    Bet it'll run vi at least 100x faster than emacs!

  2. Anonymous Coward
    Coat

    I don't see...

    ...what this has to do with Super Mario Brothers...

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    dude small business

    doesn't need this unless that business is a small hosting company then it's too small. Jebus, the giants are really into not knowing what the little guy needs aren't they, rub it in, you don't even need a real server, much less this entry level trash with it's four quadcore boards and it's built in control board, 14 terabyte drives, and room to add more, I have more than this at home, losers. I know I may be overstating this but is this a small business purchase really.

  4. Andy Bell

    I agree

    I deal with a few small organisations with less than 50 members. They typically don't even want to pay a full time IT person, never mind want to buy a blade server. Some don't have racks, much less care about server density.

    Unless this is the less than 1,000 employees small business beloved of totally out of touch corporate types.

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