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By: IBM     Published Date: Dec 03, 2008
For workloads that traditionally require dual-processor systems, such as e-mail and collaboration, Web serving and Java-based applications, IBM offers the System x3350. It's also ideal for server deployments that require a dedicated server with high RAS features. For extensive details, download the product guide.
Tags : ibm, express seller, ibm system x3350, uniprocessor server, x3350 product guide, high-performance, quad-core, dual-core, xeon processor, integrated level 2 cache, performance, energy, efficient, less power, heat, low voltage, reduce, energy costs, system x 3350, 3350
     IBM
By: Siemens     Published Date: Jun 01, 2016
Researchers in the occupational electrical medical emergencies show that in a six-year period 32,840 serious but non-fatal injuries occurred, some 60% involving electric shock and 40% involving electric burns. Obviously, the electric shock injuries occurred in relation to low voltage equipment since electric shock in relation to medium voltage equipment is as a rule fatal. It is reported that in the U.S., annually about 2000 arc burn related injuries occur and require hospitalization. Thus, the impact of such injuries on workers becomes a major concern in itself, beyond the economic aspects which are not to be ignored.
Tags : siemens, arc defense, fault-resistant, medium voltage, electrical emergency
     Siemens
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