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Penguin Computing plans blade servers

Linux computer maker Penguin Computing will offer a "bladed" server design with numerous servers in a small space, Chief Executive Sam Ockman said in an interview at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo this week. The system, a rack-mountable model 5.25 inches tall, holds nine or 10 two-processor blades and will be available within the next six weeks, said Pat Patla, director of product marketing. Penguin Computing laid off a quarter of its work force in August but lost its major competition in June when VA Linux Systems announced it would abandon the hardware business.

Linux computer maker Penguin Computing will offer a "bladed" server design with numerous servers in a small space, Chief Executive Sam Ockman said in an interview at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo this week. The system, a rack-mountable model 5.25 inches tall, holds nine or 10 two-processor blades and will be available within the next six weeks, said Pat Patla, director of product marketing.

Penguin Computing laid off a quarter of its work force in August but lost its major competition in June when VA Linux Systems announced it would abandon the hardware business.