Sandy, UTAH — The Linux NetworX Evolocity 1240s cluster server receives Best of Show Award for Network Servers & Peripherals from InernetWeek and Network Computing at NetWorld+Interop 2000 Atlanta.
The Evolocity 1240s cluster server, introduced at the show, is designed for managing and optimizing web traffic in the Internet market. By placing all web services on an Evolocity 1240s Internet service providers (ISPs) and application server providers (ASPs) can achieve maximum system uptime by taking advantage of the redundancy, failover and scalability cluster server technology offers.
Cluster Technology is a method of linking multiple computers or compute modules together to form a more powerful unified system.
“We are pleased to be one of only 11 companies at NetWorld+Interop that received this prestigious award recognizing progressive technology contributions,” said Glen Lowry, president and chief executive officer of Linux NetworX. “Our Evolocity 1240s technology ensures system uptime, the number one concern for ISP and ASP managers.”
The editors of InternetWeek and Network Computing, two of CMP Media’s premier IT publications, reviewed over 300 new products to select winners in 11 categories. The Best of Show Awards are designed to help IT and network managers evaluate the new product offerings and assist in their quest of Internet-enabled solutions.
“Winners were chosen based on a rigorous evaluation process,” said Wayne Rash, managing editor/technology for InternetWeek and head of the joint editorial judging team for the Best of Show Awards. “The Evolocity 1240s was the most innovative Network Servers & Peripherals solution,” added Rob Kholhepp, lab director for Network Computing.
Linux NetworX ( http://www.linuxnetworx.com ) brings its cluster technology to those demanding high-availability and high-performance systems. With the use of cluster computer technology, a method of linking multiple computers through high-speed networks to form a single and more powerful system, Linux NetworX provides solutions for companies with high-computing needs, including Web serving, ISPs, ASPs, research, industry, government and other technological fields.