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Hands On: Hp Proliant Microserver N40l

IMG 1819 thumb Hands On: HP ProLiant MicroServer N40L Seriously, even Foxconn and Gigabyte designations are easier to handle lol rtrt I have one of these as well as its older brother the 36. I can confirm that both of them have a fully functioning VGA port without the add in card. Tested under win 8 and hackintosh. Geeba How did you hackingtosh it? I tried and couldnt get it to work?
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HP Unveils New MicroServer, ProLiants for SMBs

It also builds in features to detect and correct errors during data transmission. The product falls more in the server category as opposed to desktops, said Richard Fichera, an analyst with Forrester Research. "They seem to contain all of the ProLiant -- HP's enterprise server line -- management extensions and thus will fit into a ProLiant server management environment," Fichera said. Hardware companies, including chip maker Intel, have talked about the microserver concept in the past. Intel showed at its Intel Developer Forum last year a prototype of a microserver that would be able to pack maximum computing power in a small, power-efficient package. Intel has provided reference designs to PC makers on how to build microservers. The microserver category so far has been hard to define, said Reuben Miller, senior analyst at IDC. Until now, the focus has been on putting a lot of processors network security together without a lot of storage, with low-power servers scaling performance mostly through cores and memory in dense computing environments.
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HP Introduces Microserver for Small Businesses

HP also gives users the option of integrating the company's stackable PS1810-8G managed networking switch, giving SMBs a converged infrastructure offering that automatically discovers, monitors and speeds up the connectivity performance of both the compute and networking components. The server is powered by an Intel Celeron or Pentium processor and offers up to 16GB of memory. The PS1210-8G switch, through support for bonding or link aggregation of two Ethernet interfaces, doubles the data speeds of the previous generation of MicroServers. The new MicroServer can run Windows Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Suse Linux Enterprise Server. In addition, the server also enables HP channel partners to offer SMB's new services via HP Insight Online, a cloud-based services portal. The MicroServer Gen8 is available now starting at $449. In addition, HP also is expanding its ProLiant server portfolio for SMBs, channel partners and emerging markets to include systems with improved performance, power management and serviceability. The ProLiant ML310e Gen8 v2 is an enhanced, single-socket tower server that offers enterprise-class manageability for smaller businesses that have remote or branch offices. The DL320e Gen8 v2 is a new single-socket, rack-optimized system that can be used for single-application purposes in such areas as chain stores, medical offices, transportation and the military, according to company officials.
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