3TERA Adds 64-bit Support

3TERA announced beta availability of 64-bit support for AppLogic virtual appliances

November 14, 2007

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ALISO VIEJO, Calif. -- 3Tera, Inc., the leading innovator of grid computing and utility computing services for web applications, announced today beta availability of 64-bit support for AppLogic virtual appliances. In addition, the beta release includes 64-bit versions of CentOS 5, Apache and MySQL appliances in the AppLogic system catalog.

The addition of 64-bit support extends our users’ fine grain control over resource allocation,” said Bert Armijo, senior vice president, sales and product management, 3Tera Inc. “With AppLogic customers can allocate resources from less than one percent of a CPU and 16 MB of memory, up to eight CPUs and 16 GB of memory for each virtual appliance instance. Users can drag and drop multiple web and database servers. Now, they can also do all of that into a mixed 32-bit and 64 –bit environment.”

“At ENKI we believe that the foundation of an effective data center platform relies on performance, reliability and scalability,” said Dave Durkee, CEO, ENKI and 3Tera solution partner. “AppLogic provides a compelling choice for businesses looking to easily achieve all of these. Customers routinely report between 65 to 70 percent server utilization from AppLogic. Adding 64-bit support provides larger memory address space and increased performance to support very large databases – something customers have been requesting for awhile in order to gain an even greater level of control of the environment to achieve a flexible and reliable way to deploy and manage applications online.”

3TERA Inc.

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