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IBM introduces Next Generation Thin Server

First 1 GHz Thin Server Introduces Second Generation Design Delivering Better Performance, Lower Price than Sun

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<span style="text - 09 Oct 2000: Rack/1U
Intel Pentium III processor: 800/133MHz , 866/133MHz, 933/133MHz, 1GHz/133MHz
Number of processors (std/max): 1/2
Level 2 cache (per processor): 256KB full-speed
ECC SDRAM memory (std/max): 256MB/4GB PC133
I/O slots: 2 PCI (64-bit/33MHz)
PCI disk controller: Integrated Adaptec Ultra160 SCSI
Advanced System Management Processor: Integrated
Bays: 3 (2 slim-high hot-plug; 24X-17X 4 IDE CD-ROM; 1.44MB diskette drive)
Maximum internal storage: 72GB
RAID support: Optional ServeRAID 4 family of adapters
Network: Dual 10/100 Ethernet integrated
I/O ports: 1 serial, 2 USB, 2 RS485, C2T (Keyboard, Mouse, Video)
Power supply: 200W
Light Path Diagnostics: Yes - Enhanced
Predictive Failure Analysis support: Hard disk drives, processors, VRMs, fans, and memory
Operating systems: Microsoft Windows 2000 Server/Advanced Server, Microsoft Windows NT, Novell NetWare, SCO UnixWare, Citrix Winframe, and Linux
Software: IBM Netfinity Director, IBM ServerGuide, Norton AntiVirus (OEM version); Lotus Domino Application Server: five Lotus Notes client licenses and five Lotus iNotes client licenses
Service, support and offerings: 3-year limited onsite warranty, IBM Server Start Up Support TechConnect
Pricing: 800MHz, $4,426
866MHz, $4,576

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

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