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blade

(blād)
Working end of an instrument with special design for a particular clinical dental treatment.

blade,

blade

scalpel.

blade method
a method of castrating very young pigs in which the skin and fascia in the inguinal area are incised with a scalpel blade to gain access to the spermatic cord.
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For example, since all physical storage resources are virtualized in a cluster, administrators manage LUNs associated with blade servers or applications instead of specific physical arrays, RAID groups and drives, saving time and reducing the need for a large storage administration staff.
The adoption of power efficient blade servers is playing a crucial role in enabling organizations to consolidate and manage IT resources while minimizing energy consumption and related costs," said Steve Brasen, senior analyst at Enterprise Management Associations.
IBM is planning to roll out its blade servers with internal IDDE storage, and will support SCSI HotSwap drives as an option.
The company was established in February 2006, by Nortel and Garnett & Helfrich Capital from Nortel's Blade Server Switch Business Unit ("BSSBU") as the industry's first vendor to focus exclusively on the network infrastructure requirements of blade server architectures.
In an alliance linking the world's biggest computer maker and chipmaker, the two companies each plan to contribute research and development spending and engineers to jointly design and develop blade servers, which IBM and Intel both see making inroads into corporate networks.
com/research/f9ae27/global_blade_serve) has announced the addition of the "Global Blade Server Market 2010-2014" report to their offering.
The Express5800/1020Ba Blade server offers 64-bit computing power, InfiniBand capabilities and unprecedented memory capacity, designed for organizations running multi-thread processor intensive applications.
The choices range from very tight integration on the server or storage system motherboard, to quasi-custom integration through "mezzanine" boards for a blade server (or other custom applications), to the most flexible option of providing expansion slots for Host Bus Adapters (HBAs).
7 kernel, RealScale hopes to make the Blade Server platform more reliable, secure and effective.
Through this effort Intel will bring its highly scalable range of component building blocks to the emerging blade server market segment.
This research note provides a detailed evaluation of the primary blade server vendors and their products to alleviate purchasing confusion.