"Cobalt Networks has introduced a new version of its server
appliance, a Linux-based machine used for dishing up Web
"Cobalt's new model, the Raq4, comes with a slightly faster
processor--a 450-MHz AMD K6-2 instead of the 300-MHz chip on the
Raq3. But more significant is new software that the company hopes
will lure customers who want to add more features to their Internet
"Though Cobalt isn't that big, it has won praise from analysts
as one of the biggest sellers of server appliances. W.R. Hambrecht
analyst Prakesh Patel expects Cobalt to report "a very strong
quarter" tomorrow, with $15 million revenue."
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