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June 2, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:55pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Compagnie des Machines Bull SA is planning to launch a whole raft of entry-level, mid-range and enterprise PowerPC 604e-based Escala servers using IBM Corp’s AIX Unix operating system next week. The T and E Series entry systems will use up to two and four 255MHz processors and have 2Gb and 3Gb RAM respectively, the lower-end model aimed at local area networking server consolidation and the higher-end system at enterprise resource planning. There are also mid-range M Series with 187MHz processors and top-end D and R rack-mounted systems with 200MHz processors to be launched. Bull has also enhanced its PowerCluster clustering system and will be offering much larger configurations of its Sagister mainframe-class systems.

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