Feb 8 2005
After the great worldwide success of Virginia Tech’s Big Mac , a new Macintosh cluster has taken everybody in the Mac community by storm. The Quarter Pounder Mac mini Cluster is turning heads in the low-performance computing world because it has been built for just over $2,000, from off-the-shelf Mac mini, in about six hours. Recently the cluster was super sized with a Google Search Appliance (AKA “cheese box”) Clustering, which involves linking hundreds or thousands of computers to take on massive projects.
Note:Very strange submission. Do you believe it?