Starfire


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Starfire

The code name for Sun's high-end Ultra Enterprise 10000 server, which was introduced in 1997. It was an SMP-based system that supported up to 64 processors and 64GB of RAM. Widely used and visible during the dot-com bubble, the server family was superseded by the Sun Fire line beginning in late 2001.
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Ross Baker, computer geek, somehow becomes a cyborg, a character in the Starfire world, participating in a battle of life and death.
We are pleased with the outcome of this lawsuit, which will continue to ensure that our intellectual property and our trademarks are protected," said David Devor, CEO of Starfire Systems.
You half expect to hear the line, ``Aw, StarFire, we like you for just your being you.
The Starfire server was compared against and easily beat p690/HPC, which is IBM's latest system introduced only weeks ago and is not yet shipping in volume.
In combination with Sun's Starfire server and the "TurboDR" system board, which provides near instantaneous CPU resources to the target domain and greatly reduces DR time, PATROL for Sun ADR automatically and quickly balances system resources between multiple system domains to optimize overall system capacity utilization.
exporter's distributors and potential clients and structure financing that helps close the sale," adds Starfire.
IBM says that the 24-way Condors will show 62% better performance than a 64-way Starfire on three tier Baan implementations, and 32% better performance compared to a 32-way Starfire running Baan database and application servers on the same box.
Niall McCullagh landed an 11-1 double on Sea Saga and Sunglow, while Jimmy Fortune won the Starfire Girl Trophy on Formula One (8- 1).
introduced the StarFire SG-1024/M-A printhead, the latest addition to its popular 1024-channel StarFire printhead family and one that delivers superior ink jetting performance and flexibility for textile printing and decorating applications.
April 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Starfire Systems, Inc.
Worldwide Computer Products News-26 July 2001-Sun launches Starfire server with 466MHz CPUs (C)1995-2001 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Palmdale's plants assembled and tested the fighter jets of the early Cold War: the F-86 Sabre and F-100 Super Sabre from North American, Douglas' A-4 Skyhawk attack jet, Convair's delta-wing F-102 and F-106 interceptors, Lockheed's T-33 trainer, F-94 Starfire and double-supersonic F-104, and Northrop's F-89.