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ComputerWorld: IBM Unveils Servers for Internet Providers

Sep 13, 1999, 14:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"IBM is taking aim at the Internet service provider market with a pair of new thin servers to be available by month's end."

"Netfinity 4000R, code-named Intimidator, will be a 1.5-in.-thick stackable unit. Priced from $3,000 to $4,000 depending on configuration, the 4000R includes a 500-MHz Pentium III processor and will run Linux and Windows NT."

"IBM this month will also unveil the Netfinity RS6000 Model B50, called Pizazz. It's 3 inches thick and comparable with the 4000R in performance, but it runs Linux and IBM's AIX for RISC platforms."

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