Supercomputing cluster maker Appro is looking to midrange HPC shops for some new business in this tough economy. Just like rival Cray started doing last year. Today, Appro launched a blade-style cluster server called GreenBlade that the company hopes will steal some thunder - and some business - from Cray's new entry CX1 Windows …
Cray CX1 details
Contrary to the claims of the article, the CX1 does support Linux. Additionally, the Cray CX1 is office-friendly -- it runs on office standard power, and offer noise suppression and reduction. The Appro box doesn't appear to offer either of these features.
Cray X1 and Linux
Remember this text from your previous article on CX1:
"[T]echnically speaking, the CX1 minisuper is certified to run Red Hat's Enterprise Linux 5 and can certainly run Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10"
So, CX1 *is* certified to run Linux.
Cray CX1's available with Windows or Linux
Clarification: Article says Cray CX1 comes with only Windows, but it's been available from the start with either Windows or Red Hat Linux.
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