IBM presents two sub $4000 Unix servers

Posted on Tuesday, February 08 2005 @ 20:33 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
IBM presented two new Unix servers today priced less than $4,000, aiming to take away market share from HP and Sun in the low-end Unix market.
The new servers are the first one-way and two-way Unix servers based on IBM's Power5 processors, the next-generation chip technology the vendor rolled out in July, said Jeff Howard, program director for IBM's pSeries offering.
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