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Published on 19 March 2006 01:00 AM EST
Written by Phoronix in Phoronix
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To better cope with our growing needs, and expectations for the near future, we have just established another Phoronix server. All of our news and article images will be placed on this new server (powered by the fine folks over at 1&1) to add yet another level of redundancy as well as substantially speeding up the load time of all pages at phoronix.com. With our previous implementation, the image quality at times would be degrading due to on-the-fly features that were added to the images. This new server, however, should be able to cope with this image processing much more efficiently -- thus what this means is a greatly improved image quality and should load noticeably faster. These new improvements should be all enacted this weekend and will affect ALL future and previously published Phoronix articles. Any and all issues should have already been worked out in this new imaging system, however, if you come across any problems in the articles (i.e. image missing, improperly sized, poor quality) please contact Phoronix. Any other questions or concerns can also be directed to the contact page (Reader comments are always welcome.). As always, the article images can be clicked on for viewing a higher resolution version. We hope to roll out some additional site features at the Linux-based Phoronix in the near future.

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