While the client SSD space has become rather uninteresting lately, the same cannot be said of the enterprise segment. The types of workloads in the enterprise world can require virtually unlimited storage requirements, which creates a large market for various kinds of drives. Today we take a look at Micron's new entry-level enterprise drive, the M500DC, which is derived from the consumer M500. Read on to find out how it performs as well as what our new enterprise test suite looks like!

Intel Xeon 3.6 2MB vs AMD Opteron 252 Database Test

Intel has added 1MB of L2 to their latest Xeon offering, and AMD outfitted their Opteron with more speed and some other tricks.

97 by Jason Clark & Ross Whitehead on 2/14/2005

How to Set up a Source Control on Windows without spending a dime.

Do you have a requirement to manage source code or other types of files without spending a dime? Read on.

33 by Jason Clark on 12/28/2004

Dual CPU Database Server Comparison

We compared different Xeon and Opteron platforms on Database servers running SUSE Enterprise Linux. Do features such as large L3-caches, 64 bit, HyperThreading and fast memory really matter...

46 by Johan De Gelas on 12/2/2004

Under the Covers: Architecture at AnandTech and the Performance of ASP.NET

We're lifting the covers again for a closer look at our recent migration and how it has performed over the last 6 months.

26 by Jason Clark on 11/27/2004

Intel and AMD in a Web Application Shoot-out

The latest installment of the comparison between the current Intel and AMD server processors - this time, playing ball with three different web application servers.

47 by Jason Clark on 10/18/2004

Intel Xeon 3.6 (Nocona) vs. AMD Opteron 250 - Database Test

AMD and Intel go head-to-head in an enterprise test of wits.

44 by Jason Clark & Ross Whitehead on 9/13/2004

Building the AnandTech Staging Environment

In this article, we give you a peek at how we set up the staging environment for the development of AnandTech.

21 by Jason Clark on 9/10/2004

AnandTech Hardware Upgrade - four is better than two

The latest AnandTech Lampoons adventure at the NOC facility.

27 by Jason Clark on 8/22/2004

AnandTech: A Brief History of Time

A history of the web architecture of AnandTech.com, including our latest upgrade.

67 by Jason Clark on 7/26/2004

AMD Opteron vs. Intel Xeon: Database Performance Shootout

Armed with Intel's first Xeon MP with a massive 4MB L3 cache we bring the Opteron 848 back into the ring, this time for an enterprise class bout.

58 by Anand Lal Shimpi, Jason Clark & Ross Whitehead on 3/2/2004

AMD Opteron 248 vs. Intel Xeon 2.8: 2-way Web Servers go Head to Head

We begin our latest series on Opteron vs. Xeon with a quick comparison in a web-serving environment.

43 by Anand Lal Shimpi & Jason Clark on 12/17/2003

Computex 2003 - Day 4: XGI, Motherboards, and cheap Itaniums

Sadly, our last day at Computex has nearly reached its end. However, we have coverage on even more interesting products, including a brand new DX9 GPU from a newcomer named...

21 by Evan Lieb & Andrew Ku on 9/26/2003

Computex 2003 - Day 3: ATI and NVIDIA

With the controversy still looming over DX9 and the verdict still out on drivers; read a bit on the market strategy for these two graphic vendors and their upcoming agenda.

10 by Andrew Ku on 9/24/2003

Computex 2003 - Day 2: Motherboard and Video Coverage

Today we take a look at the motherboards and video cards of Computex and give you a first look at the next generation of AMD and Intel platforms...

8 by Evan Lieb on 9/23/2003

Computex 2003 - Day 1: DX9 Mayhem and Mobile Graphics

So the controversy continues, and we got the scoop on is going on deep in the manufacturing hub concerning NVIDIA and DX9.

14 by Andrew Ku on 9/22/2003

PM Forum - Q3/2003: Part 2

We are back to cover topics relating to the current and future state of VIA, upcoming products, and the latest thoughts on the ongoing Intel and AMD war...

2 by Andrew Ku on 9/21/2003

Intel Developer Forum Fall 2003 - Day 2: All About Mobile

After a long morning of meetings, we're finally able to tell you about what we've seen. Intel has been talking quite a bit about the 140 million 90nm...

7 by Derek Wilson on 9/17/2003

PM Forum - Q3/2003: Part 1

With the CEO Forum, we brought you a one of a kind place to understand the business side of the industry. Now, we are back with 13 Product Managers...

3 by Andrew Ku on 9/16/2003

Intel Developer Forum Fall 2003 - Day 1: Introducing Pentium 4 Extreme Edition

Intel just announced the first Pentium 4 processor for the gaming market - the Pentium 4 Extreme Edition with a massive cache. Update: Now with pricing information...

24 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/16/2003

Intel Developer Forum Fall 2003 - Day 1: Gearing up for Prescott

We have die sizes, transistor counts and yield information on Prescott...

4 by Anand Lal Shimpi on 9/16/2003

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