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ZDNet/Reuters: Googlewhacking enters the office?

Feb 13, 2002, 00:27 (5 Talkback[s])
"Google said Monday that it is launching a new device that will allow corporations to use its search technology to scan their own networks. The Google Search Appliance is a hardware/software combination. Google would not disclose the name of its manufacturing partner for the hardware devices, which it described only as "Intel-based hardware" running Linux. The GB-1001, which can be mounted in a server rack, will store an index of 150,000 documents, or up to 10 gigabytes, and is priced at $20,000. The GB-8008, a freestanding device that holds 8GB 1001s, can handle "millions of documents," the company said, and starts at $250,000.

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