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April 6, 2005

Google ups capacity, lowers price on appliances

Google said yesterday it has more than doubled the document capacity of its Google Mini search appliance to 100,000 documents, has knocked the price down to $2,995 and has provided similar price/performance boosts to its higher-end offering.

By CBR Staff Writer

The company said its entry-level enterprise Search Appliance product is three times bigger, enabling 500,000 documents to be indexed, and starting at $30,000. Other, more expensive, versions go up to 15 million documents.

Aimed at medium sized companies, the Mini box is designed for companies that want to deploy Google’s search software behind their firewalls or on their public web site, the premises-based alternative to Google’s web crawlers.

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