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GNP offers additions to ComputeNode family. (Breaking News).

GNP has announced additions to its ComputeNode series of compact, carrier-grade multislot cPCI solutions. ComputeNode2U ComputeNode3U and ComputeNode4U provide network equipment providers (NEPs) with the high-density and horizontal scalability necessary to build or expand carrier-grade servers for DNS, firewall, Web-hosting, softswitches, media gateways and controllers for IP, wireless, optical or any other mission-critical network systems. The ComputeNode series offers the slot density to allow NEPs to add storage, I/O interface cards, additional processors, Ethernet switches and expansion cards to network servers. GNP's cooling-system is designed to dissipate the heat generated by high power consumption CPU boards and the new cPCI cards designed for high density and high performance. The cooling is achieved using hot-swappable fans mounted between the cards and power supplies, rather than the conventional approach of mounting the fans at either end. A built-in alarm card provides basic alarming features lik e fan, power monitoring and status LED, without requiring a separate cPCI slot. The ComputeNode products are configurable with various processors (Sun, Intel, PowerPC and custom-designed).
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Title Annotation:ComputeNode2U, ComputeNode3U and ComputeNode4U
Publication:Customer Interaction Solutions
Article Type:Product Announcement
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 2002
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