32BitsOnline: Cobalt Qube 3: A Treasure Box of Wonders
Jan 03, 2001, 22:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Ronny Ko)
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"Cobalt Networks has grown from a fledging start-up to becoming
a powerful force in the web appliance business. Their newest
product, Qube 3, is one of the best web appliances anywhere. The
product is extremely easy to set up, configure and maintain."
"Our Qube 3 Professional came ready out of the box. We installed
the Qube 3 and gave it its own network feed. It was up and running
in no time. Because our network already has its own DHCP server,
the Qube 3 was able to hook itself up and configure itself to be
part of the existing network."
"The product is meant to be a web appliance which, once
installed, can be set aside with little worry. The product does not
come with a video card. The most common method used to access the
Qube 3 is via another PC hooked into its second network interface.
The product can handle over 150 internal users all at once, thanks
to the Linux operating system."
- Enterprise Linux Today: Sun Microsystems Completes Acquisition Of Cobalt Networks(Dec 08, 2000)
- Internet Week: Cobalt's Qube 3 isn't merely an appliance any more(Nov 30, 2000)
- LinuxLookup.com: Cobalt RaQ4 4r Review
(Nov 21, 2000)
- Enterprise Linux Today: Cobalt Networks Launches True Blue 2.0 Partner Program(Nov 08, 2000)
- AllLinuxDevices: Cobalt Mum on Sun's Plans, Rolls out Qube3 Appliances
(Oct 18, 2000)
- QubeCorner: On the Sale of Cobalt to Sun(Oct 01, 2000)
- In Context: Sun's "Linux Strategy" -- What Is It?(Sep 28, 2000)
- Upside: Cobalt distances itself from Linux pack(Jul 02, 2000)
- CRN: Cobalt Acquires ChiliSoft For Web Technology(Mar 25, 2000)
- LinuxWorld.com: Cobalt RaQ2: New server model is a model server(Aug 10, 1999)
- 32BitsOnline: Cobalt RaQ2(Aug 06, 1999)