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What server do I have? [on hold]

Could anyone identify the producer of the server below? Or at least, identify is there IPMI module? http://i.stack.imgur.com/sq2RZ.jpg And here's the front: http://i.stack.imgur.com/swdWU.jpg
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Server setup hardware configuration for performance [duplicate]

We have developed an application using .Net ASP.Net MVC 4, SQL Server 2008 R2. Now we need to host it in a client environment in Sweden. So far we have developed in our local machine and now we are ...
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What server specs would be needed to handle an ASP.NET website with the following usage? [closed]

I'm currently re-developing an ASP.NET website for a client and they want to upgrade their server hardware, but they're not sure to what. The current server specs are: AMD Athlon 3200+ with 2GB RAM, ...
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Things to consider for a mid-tower PC to be mounted in a van [closed]

I need to adapt an existing mid-tower case PC to be mounted in a van for data acquisition. Is there any advice on how to avoid vibrations and shocks to eventually damage the PC? The van is already ...
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1 tera flop cluster? [closed]

I want to buy a $40000 1 tera flop cluster to keep it in a room. What are the standard configurations? Cluster is supposed to do molecular dynamics simulations on biological systems. I'm proposed ...
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2answers
252 views

Most important hardware criterions for virtualization [closed]

Just hoping this won't be closed so i try to ask exactly as i can. I'm in a need to buy a new server but my idea is to do many things as i can under virtualization. Because i'm a newbie in ...
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1answer
116 views

Web App Server hardware question. Which configuration? [closed]

I am pricing some new servers and I am not sure which configuration to get. The server will be running several web applications for our company. Some of them are ASP.Net sites and some are ColdFusion. ...
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393 views

Please recommend a good, simple flatbed scanner with ocr software for public use at a non-profit [closed]

We are replacing our current, outdated scanners and are looking for something simple to use.
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Sites with constantly updated info for Best Bang for your Buck components for system building? [closed]

Can anyone recommend their favorite website that maintains an up to date "best bang for your buck components to build your own pc" article. I recall coming across an excellent site where they listed ...