TechTechWeb: IBM Plans Low-Cost Server, More Linux SupportAug 06, 1999, 13:53 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Martin J. Garvey)
"Expanding on its commitment to Linux, IBM next week will unveil a low-cost Netfinity server optimized for the open-source operating system.
"IBM said Wednesday that it will also support and service offerings from additional Linux vendors beyond Red Hat and Caldera Systems, adding TurboLinux and Suse to its roster.
"The Netfinity 3500 M10, due next month, is priced just under $1,800. It will include a driver that lets Linux take advantage of RAID storage."