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From: Peter Petrakis (voodooalphadriven.org)
Date: Thu May 16 2002 - 21:54:01 CDT
> I thought the big deal with the 20L was that it WAS aimed at the Telco
> market - 24 inch rack mount and 48 volt external power support. Basically
> a replacement for the 1000A.
It 'is' aimed at that market and any market that is space conscious. That's why
it's so small. Why would HPQ go out of their way to buy the CS20 spec and then
'not' leverage it's design? In the same span of time they could have redesigned
the existing 'slate's to handle dual CPU but it would be full depth. Regarding
another post. The main differences between a CS20 and a DS20L are the PCI riser
card, the front bezel, and 'maybe' the chassis. I say maybe because they're is
little physical room left to manipulate such things.
-- www.linuxalpha.org www.alphadriven.org Peter Petrakis Warrior/Engineer voodooalphadriven.org "<BLAM!!> Who the hell are you!? Name's Ash <click clock> Housewares..."
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