i3D.net - Joep Gottlieb
joepgottlieb at i3D.net
Fri Jul 2 06:27:50 CDT 2010
Yes that was also what i was thinking, the 1950, has become the R410.
The R610 is more high class, more RAM options, designed for 2.5" disks
(aka ssd's) Default also more network.
While the R410 is the same as a 1950, only has the option to add 2 more
harddisks. (and ofc next gen, so new proc's and ddr3)
Op 2-7-2010 12:23, Stephan van Hienen schreef:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com [mailto:linux-poweredge-bounces at dell.com] On Behalf Of Barnaby Gray
>> Sent: vrijdag 2 juli 2010 12:02
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>> Subject: 1950 replacement
>> What's a rough next generation replacement for the 1950 (ie 1U) the R610?
> What about the r410 ?
> (we are replacing 2950's with r510's)
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