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    Atípa Technologies presents Monaco Intel® Itanium® 2 Processor-based Series Servers
    Wednesday July 02 2003 @ 09:01AM EDT

    Atípa Technologies announced the release of its Monaco line of Intel® Itanium® 2-based series servers. The new line of servers will be based on the Intel® SR870BH2 2-way platform and the Intel® SR870BN4 4-way platform. The Monaco Series 2 Server is based on the newly released SR870BH2 platform with up to two Intel Itanium 2 6MB L3 Cache processors in a 2U rack-optimized form factor. The Monaco Series 4 Servers use the SR870BN4 platform integrating 3MB of L3 Cache in a compact 4U rack-optimized chassis. Both the Monaco Series 2 and Monaco Series 4 Servers are targeted at diverse applications that demand performance, availability, and reliability. “Atipa is extremely pleased with the new server products developed by Intel.” stated Bret Stouder, Director of Atípa technologies. “Providing the research and educational communities with this type of computational power is a move in a positive direction for Atipa clientele.”

    Atípa offers customers a single point of contact for delivering turnkey clustering solutions, including software, hardware, appliances, support and professional services. Atípa Technologies has a unique ability to provided quality systems that meet ISO-Certified standards at a price that keeps its solutions not only available for U.S. researches but, those World-wide.

    Many of today’s leading research facilities have trusted the optimized development of Atipa Supercomputers. The new Intel Itanium 2 processor-based platforms on the Monaco series server line will ensure this process continues. Atípa’s commitment to service and support on both the hardware and software side and the controlled costs of their hardware solutions is a determining factor that separates them from others that have attempted to perform in this business environment.

    For more information on Atípa Technologies’ new Monaco Series 2 and Series 4 Server Products and computational supercomputers visit the company's web site at http://www.atipa.com.

    About Atípa: Atípa Technologies is the leader in providing turn key computational clusters. Atípa also is the world’s only ISO-9002 Certified and Myricom authorized vendor for high speed interconnects. Building computational clusters since 1994 customers count on Atípa when they need the system built right the first time.


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