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ClearCube introduces industry's first dual Intel Xeon processor-based PC Blade.

ClearCube Technology, a pioneer and market leader in PC Blade desktop computing, has announced another first, the ClearCube R2100 PC Blade, based on dual Intel Xeon processors. The R2100 also features Intel 82546EB Dual Port Gigabit Ethernet Controller for superior network redundancy and scalable throughput. With the addition of a dual Intel Xeon processor-based PC Blade, ClearCube is able to meet the demands of high-end applications in financial services firms and government agencies while reducing desktop operating costs by over 30%.

"By incorporating dual Intel Xeon processors, Hyper Threading Technology, and dual-port Gigabit Ethernet controller on its PC Blades, ClearCube offers their customers higher levels of both computing and network performance for workstation-class applications," said Hemant Dhulla, director of enterprise volume marketing, Intel.

The R2100 takes advantage of Intel Hyper Threading (HT) technology, which enables users to run multiple demanding applications at the same time. This groundbreaking technology from Intel enables the processor to execute two threads (a part of a program) in parallel.

"Traders and analysts require dedicated computers that deliver the latest in raw processor performance," said John Vincenzo, President of Broad Street Technology Partners and former CIO of Millennium Partners. "The ClearCube solution is one of the only PC OEM that can deliver this much power to the desktop, reduce operating costs and provide the highest levels of remote management. We see financial services firms across the board aggressively adopting this technology."

The ClearCube solution is simple: take the computer off the user's desk, shrink it to a PC Blade, centralize the blades in a secure location, and use software tools to remotely manage and switch between computers and users. ClearCube's management software enables a "touchless IT" environment where IT managers can remotely manage and control global desktop deployments. By deploying ClearCube, customers realize 99.9% uptime, stronger data and physical security, and at least a 30% reduction in support costs while providing end users with a full PC or workstation experience at the desktop.

"ClearCube pioneered the PC Blade market and along the way learned the importance our users place on performance," said Mike Frost, president and CEO of ClearCube Technology. "By combining Intel Xeon processors with Hyper Threading technology and Intel dual-port Gigabit Ethernet, ClearCube can offer customers not only unmatched manageability but the higher levels of performance as well."

ClearCube Technology is a market leader in PC Blade computing solutions. ClearCube enables customers to reduce their support costs while dramatically improving availability and security throughout their end-user computing infrastructure.
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 23, 2003
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