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LinuxPR: API NetWorks Redefines Processor Race

Nov 06, 2000, 21:32 (0 Talkback[s])

"UP2000+, Alpha 833 MHz-Based Systems Beat GHz Machines to Lead Recent Performance Benchmarks."

"API NetWorks, Inc., a leading developer of high-performance, high-density technologies, today introduced the UP2000+ dual-processor motherboard to its popular line of Ultimate Performance Series motherboards and the latest speed Alpha 833 MHz processor. These technical innovations, boosted by recent independent performance tests, reinforce the Alpha platform as the performance leader of choice for VARs and system integrators."

"The UP2000+ is the most powerful, cost-effective platform available for Linux solutions and the only server platform available today that takes full advantage of Linux's 64-bit architecture. The Alpha 833MHz CPU supports high-speed DDR (Double Data Rate) L2 cache and has the recognition of two times the float-point performance over its competitors, providing superior computing power for today's most compute-intensive applications."

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