Netfinity


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Netfinity

An earlier name for IBM's x86-based servers. See IBM branding.
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IBM's Intel-based Netfinity servers are tested, certified and supported to run Red Hat Linux 6.
Legato also announced that its Legato Cluster Enterprise and Legato eCluster have been tested on IBM's Netfinity Linux servers and are IBM "Server Proven" solutions.
Active PCI, which has been shipping as part of IBM's Netfinity line of servers for over a year, enables users to add components to Windows-based servers while the machines remain running.
Novell Inc and IBM have agreed to offer IBM's Netfinity ServerProven validation programme along with Novell's 'Directory-enabled' and 'Yes, Tested and Approved' compatibility logo programmes.
The company also announced new servers featuring Intel 's latest Pentium II Xeon processor and an upgraded setup and deployment tool that can cut many Netfinity server setups to just 30 minutes.
IBM Corp has tapped Randolph, Massachusetts-based Network Engines Inc to provide the building blocks for new generations of rackmount NetFinity servers designed for ISPs and application service providers.
This gives assurance that IP Telephony Manager has been approved through a specific, stringent process to work with IBM xSeries and Netfinity servers.
IBM Corp is to announce Tuesday a cheaper deal on its Netfinity servers for Europe's small and medium enterprise sector, and says it will be the first server to come with 90 day installation support for Linux.
IBM Corp has certified Linux distributions from Caldera, Red Hat, SuSE and Pacific High Tech for use with it Netfinity 3000 and 5000 servers.
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IBM used SAP AG's user conference this week to release an ESCON- based adapter card for its range of Netfinity servers that it says will enable users to download R/3 application data much faster than before.