Rackable logo Rackable is opening its white trash data centers to an outside guest for the first time. The company's ICE Cube modular data centers will now accommodate IBM's BladeCenter systems. How hospitable. The companies have agreed to offer IBM's BladeCenter T and HT blade systems for Rackable's containers. Both models …
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is skating on thin ice.
I'll get my coat, it's chilly in here.
1: Why is it "white trash"?
2: Will one of these cubes get me over 120 FPS in Crysis with full eye candy? If so where can I pick one up?
The question should be - Will it get that performance under DX10 in Vista?
Doubtful in either case. They (servers) don't normally come with powerful graphics cards as they don't normally need it.
It's "white trash" as an hommage to trailer parks and the people that inhabit them. One of the original "visions" for container data centres were telecom hotels in the parking lot with power, water and 'Net access.
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