The Computer Products Division of Computer Consoles Inc in Irvine, California, this week introduced two new models in the Power6 line of Unix superminis. The Power6-32EP and 32Sp replace the 32E and 32 models, and existing machines can be field-upgraded from their present 5 MIPS to the respective 8 MIPS and 14 MIPS of the new models. The new machines, with a new high-performance disk controller as standard, are due to be shipped in May, and base configurations of the new CPUs cost $145,000 to $275,000.
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