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Jan 21, 1999, 00:02 (0 Talkback[s])

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"A few new server appliances have come on the scene as vendors introduce file servers and devices for hooking workgroups up to the Internet."

"Cobalt Networks said Monday it plans later this month to ship the Cobalt Qube 2"

"The Qube 2 will dial out to the Internet automatically, or users can connect it to an external Internet connection. The system supports up to 10.2 GB of disk storage, with a high-speed serial port for connectivity to modems or routers. It supports e-mail filtering and the Apache 1.3 Web server and runs the Linux operating system. Pricing starts at $999."

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