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October 19, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Indicating perhaps a promise of things to come, as it seeks to move further into the enterprise systems market, Compaq Computer Corp last week began selling servers running SunSoft Inc’s Solaris x86 in the Asia-Pacific region, packaged as Internet offerings and priced from $8,000 to $32,000. An entry-level configuration comes with a 75MHz Pentium-based Compaq ProSignia 300, 1Gb disk, 32Mb memory, Solaris x86, Internet Gateway Server and 10 SolarNet WebScout clients. The 75MHz ProLiant 1500 has 32Mb RAM, 2Gb disk, the same Internet software plus Firewall-1 and a 25-client SolarNet WebScout pack. The 100MHz ProLiant 4500 with 64Mb RAM and 4.2Gb disk includes additional management tools and Netscape Communications Corp Server for Solaris.

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