Apple Computer showed off its new Xserve server, a model that uses two dual-core Xeon processors and that’s due to ship in October, at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo in San Francisco on Aug. 16.
CNET has posted a photo of the the Apple hardware from LinuxWorld. In the photo, the Xserve is seen the top, with a PowerPC-based Xserver Cluster Node, due to be replaced by Xeon models in October, underneath, and an Xserve RAID storage system at the bottom.
See the photo here.
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