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BW: Penguin Computing Announces the Industry's First 1U Rackmount for Linux

May 27, 1999, 10:59 (5 Talkback[s])

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"This powerful machine, which is less than two inches tall, is believed to be the world's smallest Intel-based rackmount Linux system."

"The 1U rackmount systems are being shipped with an optimized version of Red Hat Linux 6.0."

"The Penguin 100 supports up to 768 Megabytes of RAM, three 10/100 ethernet ports, a 433 MHz processor, and a 20 GB harddrive. Despite the computer's small size, it can accommodate a CD-ROM drive and a 120-Megabyte super floppy."

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