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September 24, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 2:03pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Continuing its Windows NT server drive, Packard Bell NEC Inc’s NEC Computer Systems has picked up another one of NEC Corp’s Express5800 servers in Japan for sale in the US. They seem to be coming at the rate of one a fortnight. The MT2200 is a new two- way Pentium II server running at 233MHz or 300MHz. NEC claims the server includes hot-swappable disk, power supplies, cooling fans and optional RAID controllers. It’s targeted at departments and small- to medium-sized businesses running intranets, databases and groupware. It supports up to 54Gb disk. A uniprocessor 233MHz model with 64Mb RAM and 4Gb disk costs from $5,000.

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