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ServerWatch: RLX Defends Its Turf With Intel-Based ServerBlade

Feb 16, 2002, 00:18 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Defending its first-to-market position in the nascent blade server market, RLX Technologies on Tuesday will unveil its latest blades offerings at the heart of which is an Intel-processor-based blade.

The strictly blade servers vendor will make public its third-generation blade, chassis, and control tower (the ServerBlade 800i, RLX System 100ex and 300ex, and Control Tower Blade 2), and in doing so hopes to divert some of the hype that's been garnished on Compaq's ProLiant BL 10E (AKA QuickBlade) back its way.

Based on a WebBench performance benchmark comparison, RLX claims the ServerBlade 800i is not only the fastest blade server on the market, but that speedwise it also trumps any 1U rackmount server out there."

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