Limestone Networks launches new Elite Series of Enterprise level servers based on Intel Xeon processors.
Dallas, Texas February 1, 2009 — Limestone Networks, Inc., the Dallas-based dedicated hosting company, has officially launched its new Elite Series line of Enterprise servers. This new line makes the long-anticipated Intel Xeon processors available to all Limestone Networks customers.
The Elite Series of servers consists completely of Xeon 5400 series, Dual-Processor, Quad-Core configured servers, with state of the art Harpertown processor cores. Harpertown cores support in excess of 48GB of RAM on a single server. The Elite Series currently provides Xeon 5405, 5420 and 5450 processors operating at 2.0, 2.5 and 3.0 Ghz, respectively.
Xeon 5400 series processors are the highest-performance dual socket server processors currently available. They combine with Limestone’s affordable pricing to give clients top value in the dedicated server market.
Each Elite Series configuration comes standard with IPMI 2.0 control, which integrates control of the keyboard, display and mouse (KVM) over IP, giving backend access to each server. The line also features ECC Registered DDR2 SDRAM, and Western Digital RE3 drives – the latest in enterprise-grade hard drives. By using the latest in enterprise computing technologies Limestone Networks says it can ensure customers of dependable and lightning fast servers.
All Elite Series servers are also linked directly into the Limestone Private Tunnel, which securely links all Limestone Networks dedicated servers together, to provide unlimited, unmetered, on-demand scalability for both new and current clients who want to switch to, or add, an Elite Series server to existing clusters within the network.