An SSD VPS node from HostHatch.
A SuperMicro server with 12 SSD drives in Hardware RAID10 & Intel E3-1230v2 CPU.
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An SSD VPS node from HostHatch.

A SuperMicro server with 12 SSD drives in Hardware RAID10 & Intel E3-1230v2 CPU.

Get 10% off these plans here with our exclusive coupons.

Early picture of Pixar’s RenderFarm, this particular one was used to do all the rendering in the original Toy Story. Sorry about the quality, this picture is from a Newspaper.

The RenderFarm was comprised of 87 dual processor and 30 four-processor Sun workstations, as well as one eight-processor stations. This allowed for the execution of 16 billion instructions per minute. If they had used one processor, it would have taken them a total of 43 years to make the movie. The movie (which consists of 1500 shots and 114, 000 frames) took approximately 800,000 computer hours to create. Each frame used approximately 300 megabytes of data, and took 2 to 13 hours to create.

Early picture of Pixar’s RenderFarm, this particular one was used to do all the rendering in the original Toy Story. Sorry about the quality, this picture is from a Newspaper.

The RenderFarm was comprised of 87 dual processor and 30 four-processor Sun workstations, as well as one eight-processor stations. This allowed for the execution of 16 billion instructions per minute. If they had used one processor, it would have taken them a total of 43 years to make the movie. The movie (which consists of 1500 shots and 114, 000 frames) took approximately 800,000 computer hours to create. Each frame used approximately 300 megabytes of data, and took 2 to 13 hours to create.

Second rack at RamNode Atlanta.
On that note we’re running a competition to win one of 10 RamNode SSD VPS this month:

Second rack at RamNode Atlanta.

On that note we’re running a competition to win one of 10 RamNode SSD VPS this month:

A ComputerLINK storage node built for an OpenStack environment, e5620 CPU, 24/49 GB of RAM. Capacity depends on how the storage gets distributed by the OpenStack setup but this particular server can hold up to 72GB+

A ComputerLINK storage node built for an OpenStack environment, e5620 CPU, 24/49 GB of RAM. Capacity depends on how the storage gets distributed by the OpenStack setup but this particular server can hold up to 72GB+

(Source: joearnold.com)

A rare picture from inside one of the Rackspace datacenters, this was used to promote their Cloud Block Storage service which is built on OpenStack (of which Rackspace is one of the core contributors behind Red Hat).

A rare picture from inside one of the Rackspace datacenters, this was used to promote their Cloud Block Storage service which is built on OpenStack (of which Rackspace is one of the core contributors behind Red Hat).