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DOCUMENTATION 》 TOFFEE-DataCenter screenshots on a Dual CPU - Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz - Dell Server

Here are some of the live screenshots of TOFFEE-DataCenter deployed in a powerful Dual CPU Dell Server with Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz.
* for more details about the Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz specifications/benchmarks kindly visit: HERE

** I have blacked out few portions in these screenshots (as you can see gray bars) for privacy and security reasons.

02 toffee-datacenter-screenshots-on-a-dual-cpu-intel-xeon-e5645-2-40ghz-dell-server [CDN]

* kindly ignore the % of savings, since it is tested in this case with live generated test traffic as a part of series of stress analysis tests.
01 toffee-datacenter-screenshots-on-a-dual-cpu-intel-xeon-e5645-2-40ghz-dell-server [CDN]

03 toffee-datacenter-screenshots-on-a-dual-cpu-intel-xeon-e5645-2-40ghz-dell-server

Here are some of the screenshots tested with live multi-user WAN/Internet data:
04 toffee-datacenter-screenshots-on-a-dual-cpu-intel-xeon-e5645-2-40ghz-dell-server [CDN]

05 toffee-datacenter-screenshots-on-a-dual-cpu-intel-xeon-e5645-2-40ghz-dell-server

06 toffee-datacenter-screenshots-on-a-dual-cpu-intel-xeon-e5645-2-40ghz-dell-server [CDN]

For example here is TOFFEE-DataCenter (or TOFFEE) optimized ISP networks(tunnels) between countries. In this case there is an ISP in Libya having slow backbone Internet, hence he can establish a TOFFEE based optimized tunnel between Romania Data-center (having high-speed internet) and Libya. Similarly there is another ISP in Argentina is able to boost his backbone Internet services by establishing a tunnel between his ISP and US West-Coast (California) Data-center. For more details click HERE.
TOFFEE-DataCenter optimized ISP network tunnels between countries [CDN]

ISPs can also build multiple TOFFEE optimized tunnels for redundancy, load-share, etc. And in this case the ISP in Argentina established two tunnels. One between Argentina ISP to US West-Coast (California) Data-center and the other between Argentina ISP Romania Data-center as shown below.
TOFFEE-DataCenter optimized ISP network tunnels between countries2



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