Linux News Today: Black Lab Appliance Server Is a New Open Standard Platform for Linux Applications
We’ve been informed by Black Lab Software, the company behind the Black Lab Linux operating system, about their new product, Black Lab Appliance Server, a new open standard platform for Linux applications.
Black Lab Appliance Server is a 2U Rackmount powered by a 6 Core Xeon processor, which means that it is capable of delivering excellent performance for small and medium-sized businesses that want to run multiple applications at the same time with workload optimization.
Black Lab Software’s new Black Lab Appliance Server was designed from the ground up to be used for big data analysis, open-source infrastructure services, scientific technology simulations, as well as a solution in industrial applications, offering superior functionality.
“How is the Black Lab Appliance Server versatile for business? It’s loaded with features, gives you the choice of a dual-chassis, and has a slim, 2U design,” says Roberto J. Dohnert on behalf of the Black Lab Software. “The Black Lab Appliance Server runs Black Lab Server. It’s among the quietest models in the industry, and it features easy-to-use, industry-standard management tools.”
Powered by Black Lab Linux Server
Technical specifications of Black Lab Appliance Server include rack-mountable 2U placement, Intel Xeon E5-2420 V2 Hexa-core (6 Core) CPU running at 2.20 GHz, 16GB RAM – expandable to and offered with up to 192GB, 2TB HDD, a DVD-Writer optical drive, an integrated Intel HD graphics card, and a Dual Gigabit Ethernet port.
As expected, the Black Lab Appliance Server is powered by the latest edition of Black Lab Software’s Black Lab Linux Server OS, which is based on Canonical’s Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) operating system. Customers interested in Black Lab Appliance Server’s pricing and availability are urged to contact Black Lab Software via the company’s website or by using the email address attached in the press release below.