"American Megatrends Inc. (AMI), the leader in storage and
computing innovations worldwide, today announced the addition of
the Indium Server Appliance to its extensive line of products.
The Indium's compact size allows integration into a half-height
5.25 inch drive bay, much like a CD-ROM drive, or multiple Indium
boards can fit in a 1U rack mount chassis."
"According to IDC forecasts, the appliance server market will
reach approximately 2.3 million units by 2004, representing market
revenue of more than $11.5 billion. "AMI has leveraged its
motherboard, firmware and embedded OS expertise to develop a series
of products that enables OEMs to meet their Time-to-Market
requirements," said Sanjay Sehgal, AMI vice president of sales and
"The Indium, a tightly integrated, small footprint server
appliance motherboard, is ideal for use in emerging applications
like Server, Linux and Web appliances. It combines AMI's expertise
in board, firmware and OS environments, providing a scalable,
high-performance platform that addresses many applications
including network attached storage (NAS), web servers, caching
appliances and other embedded environments."
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