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BW: Dataram Unveils Memory for Silicon Graphics Newest Windows NT and Linux Workstations

Jul 11, 2000, 19:31 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Dataram Corporation (NASDAQ: DRAM) a leading provider of gigabyte-class memory for high-performance network servers, today announces immediate availability of memory products for Silicon Graphics 230 and 330 workstations."

"Marrying state-of-the-art Intel architecture with Dataram memory and SGI visualization subsystems, this collective effort sets a new standard for graphics performance on Windows and Linux operating systems."

"Rejuvenating its strategy in the windows-based workstation market, SGI's 230 and 330 newest models aim to leverage industry-standard, off-the-shelf components with an improved focus on Linux. The new workstations feature Intel Pentium III 667, 733, or 800MHz processors. Model 230 is a single processor-based system while the Model 330 can support up to two. In addition, both the 230 and 330 support a minimum of 128MB to a maximum of 1.5GB of memory using 133MHz ECC SDRAM DIMMs."

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