April 12, 2002
What's an 'ICE Box' and what's inside one?
Anonymous Reader writes "When Linux NetworX announced a new appliance-like device that is used for managing rack-mounted Linux clusters, called the ICE Box, LinuxDevices.com naturally wanted to crack open the ICE Box's door to find out what's inside. In this article, Linux NetworX Cluster Tools product manager Jason Lowry opens up the ICE Box and takes you on a tour of its internal hardware and software, explaining what it does and how Embedded Linux helps get its job done. Read it at LinuxDevices.com"