August 22, 2005
"Launching the new 4U RM4205 allows Verari Systems to deliver the ever-increasing levels of performance that our customers demand," said David Driggers, CEO of Verari Systems. "One of the features that will definitely be attractive to our customers is the 8MB of L3 cache memory that will enable them to complete their massive compute projects faster than ever."
As stated, the RM4205 server is another addition of an Intel ESAA certified solution to the Verari Systems' product line. Intel ESAA is a collaboration between Intel, independent software vendors and independent hardware vendors that delivers pre-certified, Intel-based server solutions to OEM alliance members. It is designed to decrease both the technical and financial burdens of platform certification for OEMs.
"We are pleased to see the addition of Verari Systems RM4205 Intel-based rackmount server to Intel ESAA's broad portfolio of certified server solutions," said Kirk Skaugen, general manager of the Server Platforms Group for Intel Corp. "Certified server solutions, made possible through this collaborative alliance, can help end users to simplify deployment, optimize time and resources, and minimize risk."
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