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Do You Have Too Many Servers?
By: Wes Tafoya
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  • Do You Have Too Many Servers?
  • Since Japan still...
  • It is clearly...
  • Now how much...
  • We will attempt...
  • Organizations that move...
  • Database and Server...
  • Non-paged pool...
  • We couldn't believe...
  • The ability to...
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    Do You Have Too Many Servers? - Non-paged pool...

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    Non-paged pool memory (an area of system memory reserved for objects that must remain in physical memory as long as they are active) increases substantially, up to 128 GB for the 64-bit platform compared to 256 MB maximum for the 32-bit platform. With these new higher limits, the scalability that the 64-bit platform offers is enormous in terms of terminal server clients, page pools, network connections, and so on. The 64-bit alone can increase speeds further than anything most people can comprehend. With the new Intel® Dual Core Processor with hyper-threading this will of course, increase the processing speeds, let me try to show you the magnitude of this. Let me say the fastest server is like a snail crawling on the sidewalk, the CPU in a Itanium2 with the Intel® 64 bit Dual Core Processor with hyper-threading would be equivalent to a fighter jet hitting the speed of Mach 1.

    NOTE: I am being very conservative here.

    Last words

    Folks, when we finished researching this data, we knew that NEC has a wonderful product, I just wished I had owned stock in the company because I sincerely believe this server has what it takes to dominate that market in that field of servers.

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