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RLX Technologies System 300ex

This blade enclosure by RLX Technologies can hold up to 24 blade units in a 3U rackmount chassis. Each blade is an independent computer running at 800MHz with dual hard disks. Each 24 blade unit originally retailed for $10,000.

This blade centre unit was originally used at Hinxston as part of the Human Genome Project.

Manufacturer: RLX Technologies
Date: 2002



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