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willoneal

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Anyone have tips for this? Small customers are per perfect for operator, but the orange box startup costs are a bit much for many of them.

I'd like the resulting box to be as fault tolerant as possible, of course.
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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi,

How many concurrent calls would you like to support? We tested a cheap box with a dual-core Atom 330 more than a year ago and the performance results were not good. The machine was getting noticeably slow even with 5-6 calls. So we decided to have a Celeron in the smaller box, to make sure the box can grow with the customer.

Maybe the newer D5xx Atoms would do better but I cannot speak from my own experience. Did anyone here play with some newer Atom processors? How do they scale if you put a multi-process/multi-threaded application on them?

Vladimir
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What about this box http://zareason.com/shop/Breeze-Server-4220.html with Ubuntu Server, a Pentium Dual Core E5200, 2GB RAM, and a 40GB SSD?

[Updated on: Tue, 19 July 2011 20:37]

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Such a configuration would be comparable with our 3210 box in performance. You do not need any OS, Operator will install its own.

Vladimir
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