Dell has made a good living selling single-socket servers to small and medium businesses, and it is out there in front again supporting Intel's just-announced "Sandy Bridge-DT" Xeon E3-1200 processors in its PowerEdge machines. There are eleven Xeon E3-1200 chips, with four of them being aimed at workstations specifically thanks …
Where are the details of new storage products?
Pretty big news too: Dell just rolled out their first Dell Scalable File System (Exanet-sourced) NAS cluster called NX3500... here: http://www.dell.com/us/business/p/powervault-nx3500/pd
There is another one, built on NX3000, also HA cluster now, with local storage added but Storage Server 2008 R2 update still missing???
It's also up on the site: http://www.dell.com/us/business/p/powervault-nx3000-ha/pd
Re: Where are the details of new storage products?
Our crack storage reporter, Chris Mellor, is on the case. Fear not.
...ah, I just assumed he's on holiday hence the lateness. :)
Language is a living thing and the rules are made by the users, however....
COULDN'T care less. "Could care less" implies that they do care at least a little bit, which is the opposite to what you meant, given the context.
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