Pacific HiTech Announces World’s First Linux Clustering Solution for Corporations; Asia’s Largest Linux Company Demonstrates New Technology at LinuxWorld Expo

“Pacific HiTech, the leader in high performance Linux, today
announced the world’s first high availability Linux clustering
technology — TurboLinux Cluster Web Server.”

“Designed to accommodate web traffic of millions of daily hits,
TurboLinux Cluster Web Server runs on standard Intel CPU-based
servers and offers high availability and performance features
previously only available from proprietary high-end Unix-based

“On the inside, the cluster architecture consists of multiple
Linux servers, one of them acting as a load balancing router which
intercepts the client requests and forwards them to the clustered
servers. The TurboCluster software automatically detects failures
and reconfigures the cluster to exclude the failed servers.”