DowJones.com: Computer Maker Silicon Graphics To Introduce New Linux-Based ProductsJan 31, 2000, 22:24 (0 Talkback[s])
"Computer maker Silicon Graphics Inc. plans to unveil new Linux operating system-based products at the LinuxWorld conference in New York City, including a new Internet server and a new clustering environment, as well as Linux services.
Silicon Graphics (SGI) said it now offers a comprehensive portfolio of Linux service, support and education products. Based on Silicon Graphics hardware, software, professional services and partnerships, the new set of services ranges from Linux clustering and technology migration services to custom Linux business programs."
"The products Silicon Graphics will unveil at LinuxWorld are based on the new SGI 1200 server. SGI 1200 comes preinstalled with Red Hat Linux 6.1 and the SGI ProPack for Linux 1.2 and is equipped with one or two Intel Pentium III processors, up to 2GB SDRAM memory, and up to 4 Ultra2 SCSI disks."
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