Oracle announced two Netra Servers a few days ago: The first one is a blade server, albeit it's in a form factor few of you will ever use. The Netra CP3270 is a so called ATCA blade server. ATCA is the acronym for Advanced Telecommunications Computing architecture. As the name suggests, you find them in use by telecommunication companies for their telephone switching infrastructure e.g. The Netra CP3270 is a NEBS Level 3 certified blade based on two Intel Xeon LC5518 processors. You will find additional information on the Oracle webpage. .

The other server looks a little more common. It's the Netra X4270. It's a rack server, however this one is is NEBS certified as well and it's available with direct current as well as alternating current power supply. You will find more information here.

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