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 iPXE is provided as a standalone software product; you can [[:​download]] and use it as a [[:​howto:​romburning|PXE ROM]] or you can deploy it on your network using [[:​howto:​chainloading|chainloading]]. ​ iPXE has also been integrated into many larger products, some of which are listed here. ((To have your product listed here, please contact [[vendor-support@ipxe.org]]. ​ Products are listed in alphabetical order.)) iPXE is provided as a standalone software product; you can [[:​download]] and use it as a [[:​howto:​romburning|PXE ROM]] or you can deploy it on your network using [[:​howto:​chainloading|chainloading]]. ​ iPXE has also been integrated into many larger products, some of which are listed here. ((To have your product listed here, please contact [[vendor-support@ipxe.org]]. ​ Products are listed in alphabetical order.))
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 +===== xCAT =====
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 +{{ :​logos:​xcat.png?​100×72|xCAT logo}}
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 +[[http://​xcat.sourceforge.net|xCAT]] is the Extreme Cloud Administration Toolkit, a project originally by [[http://​www.ibm.com|IBM]] offering complete and ideal management for HPC clusters, RenderFarms,​ Grids, WebFarms, Online Gaming Infrastructure,​ Clouds, Datacenters,​ and whatever tomorrow'​s buzzwords may be.
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 +xCAT uses iPXE as part of the deployment process for cluster nodes.
  
 ===== Xen ===== ===== Xen =====
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