CRN: IBM To Introduce More Rackmount ServersMar 17, 2000, 20:51 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Small-footprint servers and software from IBM and VA Linux aimed at ISPs, ASPs"
"IBM Corp. is planning to release new small-footprint servers and server appliances aimed at the ISP/ASP market over the next few weeks. ...plans to introduce the Netfinity 4500R, a two-way, 3U (5.25-inch high) rack-mount server with such high-availability features as hot-swappable fans, power supplies and hard disks..."
"At about the same time, the company plans to introduce the Netfinity 6000R, a four-way, 4U (7-inch high) rack-mount server designed as back-end servers for ISPs and high-availability servers for application hosting providers... followed a couple weeks later with a Web-caching thin server aimed at the service provider market..."
"IBM's 4000R can be configured with Windows NT or Linux, and the company's entire line will have that option by mid-year..."
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