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Activision considering closing PS3 Black Ops servers

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2011

An Activision support representative has suggested that Activision may be considering or has considered the possibility of closing PS3 Black Ops servers due to problems reported by players. If you play Black Ops on the PS3, then you know those problems very well.

A refund petition was started last year and had 8,800 signatures after 5 weeks. Players are complaining of frame rate issues, disconnects, lagging and hard freezes and other problems. I don’t know about you, but I play all the time and while there are problems, I spend 99% of my time just playing and enjoying flawless games.

QNAP unveils two Turbo NAS servers

Posted in Servers by Conner Flynn on August 10th, 2009

QNAP unveils two Turbo NAS serversToday QNAP Systems announced two new Turbo NAS servers that target enterprise and corporate environments. The TS-439U-RP and the TS-439U-SPK both have four drives and can work with 1U racks and are hot-swappable.

They can hold up to 8TB using 2.5-inch or 3.5-inch hard drives and have a 1.6GHz Intel Atom processor along with 1GB of RAM for 87.3MBps transfer speeds. Both can be set up in RAID 0, 1, 5, 6 and 5+ configurations and also have iSCSI Target service and dual gigabit LAN ports.

Sun To Build Servers With Windows OS

Posted in Microsoft,News,Servers,Sun Microsystems by Darrin Olson on September 12th, 2007

Sun will start building servers in house with Microsoft Windows operating system installedIn a seemingly surprising twist, Sun Microsystems has announced that it will start building servers with its once-rival Microsoft Windows Operating system pre-installed. According to a statement by the company, they will start installing Windows Server 2003 on its servers that run Intel 64-bit processors and they will be available for purchase in about three months.

Due to the history Microsoft and Sun share of being bitter rivals this news comes as a surprise to many, although in reality Sun seems to have changed its strategy in the matter to a more opportunistic one by being the providers of an OS that often would end up on the servers either way. The move will also allow them to better service their customers by providing the OS installation service up front. Microsoft will also likely see …