After releasing some of the world's most powerful mobile computers, Eurocom has just announced that it has raised the ante yet again as the company's has developed a dual CPU notebook-like solution called the Phantom 4.0 that supports two server class processors and up to 48 GB of RAM.
According to Eurocom, its engineers have been testing and verifying the system’s performance and quality since the beginning of 2011.
Not so many technical details are available at this moment, but the Panther 4.0 features no less than six memory slots, can be configured with up to six storage drives and packs RAID 0/1/5/10/30 support.
In addition, the system is compatible with a wide assortment of operating systems such as Microsoft Server 2003R2 x32 or x64, Server 2008R2 x64, Red Hat, Solaris and Windows 7, while it also sports VMware virtualization support.
“The Eurocom Mobile Server Technology significantly reduces the time and cost of deploying short-term LAN based solutions and of extending usage of existing business applications to users wherever is required.
“Eurocom customers operating a Server-on-the-Go allows Engineers in the field operating under a RED Team strategy to utilize a Eurocom Mobile Server to receive and process feedback while being face-to-face with customers, co-developers, final users and other third parties,” reads the company's official statement.
The Panther 4.0 is Eurocom's second Server On-The-Go solution to be launched as the previous iteration of the model also packed some similar features, although it didn't feature dual CPU support and was limited to “just” 24GB of RAM memory and four hard drives.
As far as pricing and availability are concerned, Eurocom says that the Panther 4.0 is ready for shipping and that its starting price will be set at $7999. Right now, the new “notebook” model isn't listed on the company's website.