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IBM First to Break $1000 Barrier for Small Business Servers


& reg; - 02 Nov 2000: or Windows®, as well as support for additional operating systems, the x200 and x220 give customers the flexibility to choose their operating systems and applications that best meet their needs.

Additional x200 Features
·A choice of Celeron™ or Pentium® III processor
·Up to 1.5GB ECC SDRAM memory
·Up to 145.6GB internal storage capacity
·Ultra160 SCSI or ATA66 controller
·Total of 5 PCI slots (5X32-bit)
·Up to 7 bays
·Integrated 10/100 Ethernet
·3-year limited warranty, Tech Connect®, SystemXtra®
·Predictive Failure Analysis support on hard disk drives
·Operating Systems supported include Microsoft® Windows 2000® Server/Advanced Server, Microsoft Windows NT®, Novell® Netware®, Linux® , SCO UnixWare®, SCO open server

Additional x220 Features
·Up to two 933MHzPentium® III processors with 256KB full-speed L2 cache
·Up to 4GB ECC SDRAM memory
·Up to 145.6GB internal storage capacity
·Ultra160 SCSI
·Total of 5 PCI slots (5X32-bit)
·Up to 7 bays
·Integrated 10/100 Ethernet
·3-year limited warranty2, Tech Connect®, SystemXtra®
·Predictive Failure Analysis support on hard disk drives, processors, VRMs, fans and memory
·Operating Systems supported - Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server/Advanced Server, Microsoft Windows NT®, Novell® Netware®, Linux® , SCO UnixWare®, SCO open server

For more information about IBM xSeries servers and products, please visit http://www.pc.ibm.com/us/eserver/xseries/

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*The IBM eServer brand consists of the established IBM e-business logo with the descriptive term "server" following it.

**The IBM e-business logo and xSeries are trademarks of IBM Corporation. All others are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Intel, Pentium and celeron are trademarks of Intel

SCO, UnixWare and open server are trademarks of SCO

Contact(s) information

John Simonds
IBM
919-254-9732
jsimonds@us.ibm.com

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