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Liquid Computing Partners On Unified Computing System

Thursday, November 05, 2009 5:17:00 AM PDT | VentureDeal Staff

Stamford, Connecticut  --  Computing infrastructure companies Liquid Computing and Intel announced that they are collaborating to launch a new unified computing system based on the Intel Xeon processors.

Called Liquid Elements, the new system will provide a "data center in a box", resulting in cost savings and greater flexibility for a variety of metrics.

"We believe Liquid Computing's solution will help accelerate the adoption of unified computing that applies an open, standards-based approach," said David Brown, general manager of Channel Server Products at Intel.

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