SGI to sell pre-configured Altix 350 clusters

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Silicon Graphics (SGI) on Monday plans to unveil a new product line designed to make it easier for users with medium-sized computing needs to set up clusters of the Mountain View, California, company’s Altix 350 servers. Called the Altix 1350 clusters, the systems will be based on SGI’s Altix 350 servers. They will be pre-configured with the management, networking and storage technology required to cluster them. Customers will be able to cluster as many as 32 Itanium 2 processors into a single Altix 350 compute node, SGI said in a statement.
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