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Sorry about the original headline, folks: editing error on my part. Apple quietly added two more high-speed Fibre Channel cards to the product lineup last week: dual and quad-port 4Gb cards are now orderable from the Apple Store with ship dates 7-10 days out (dual-channel card) or 4-6 weeks out (qua...

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Being the torrent junkies we are -- you know, those GPL'd Linux ISOs, somebody's gotta download 'em -- we were kind of stoked about that rumored SATA-based Xserve RAID we spied last week and the supa-cheep storage it would provide. Unfortunately, it looks like Apple is going to stick with Ultra AT...

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When it rains it pours as the Morton Salt company says, which really has nothing to do with this post. First Apple updates the Xserve RAID and then they update the Xserve RAID Admin Tools 1.5.1. I smell conspiracy. No, wait, that's just the salt again. This update brings support for the larger disks...

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Attention Apple enterprise geeks: Apple has just updated the Xserve RAID. The Xserve RAID, in case you are not aware, is Apple's very competitively priced storage solution. The Xserve RAID can now be configured to sport 14 750 GB drives, which translates to a whopping 10.5TB (that's a lot of iTunes...

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Server rooms are generally chilly places, with high-powered air conditioning systems running at top speed to keep the big iron from melting. The installation team from the University of Wisconsin - Madison is not likely to have an AC problem with its latest Xserve RAID installs; the boxes ar...

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Ruh roh, Stevie J isn't gonna like this. Looks like AppleInsider landed some rare and much coveted pre-release Apple product pics; no, it's not of the iPhone sans phone or ultraportable MacBook Pro, it's of the long overdue Xserve upgrade to the Xserve RAID, which finally puts cheap and plentiful ...

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I just spent a good chunk of my morning wrestling with rack equipment, so I really apprecitate Fraser Speirs Ikea 'rack' for his Xserve RAID. He does point out that the Xserve RAID is loud, but not as loud as he thought it would be. I'm really tempted to try this myself, but sadly my budget is all ...

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