Verari Systems - the boutique blade server maker that has been increasingly focusing on peddling its Forest containerized data centers - has confirmed the rumors that it laid off a large portion of its employees and is in the midst of restructuring itself. In the wake of yesterday's story that discussed the rumors swirling …
SGI has no containerized data centers?
I'm sure it's just a typo, if not see:
SGI lacks containers?
SGI's award-winning ICE Cube™ data center solution delivers extreme server and storage density in a self-contained, fully portable 20' or 40' container. Its advanced cooling design dramatically cuts ongoing operational expenses as does its easy serviceability. First deployed in March, 2007, the latest generation ICE Cube more than doubles the maximum density to 2800 independent servers per container — for up to 33,600 cores in a 40' x 8' container. For storage-focused deployments, the ICE Cube is capable of housing up to 14.2 Petabytes of data. Designed to augment or replace traditional brick-and-mortar data centers of any size, these high densities are achieved while offering a broader choice of container sizes and configurability of Rackable™ Eco-Logical™ servers and storage.
SGI supporting Verari customers
FREMONT, Calif. — December 14, 2009 — SGI (NASDAQ: SGI), a global leader in HPC and data center solutions, today announced that it will provide customized support to Verari Systems customers on a global basis, beginning immediately.
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