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August 12, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 9:11pm


By CBR Staff Writer

NEC Computer Systems Inc has stepped up its server campaign by introducing a new Pentium II-based LE2200 workgroup server for small to medium businesses, but has lost its executive VP of workstation and server systems John O’Keefe. We don’t know where he’s gone. The LE2200 includes one or two 233MHz or 266MH Pentium IIs with from 32Mb RAM. They’re built to order according to customers’ requirements. With 32Mb RAM and 4Gb disk, prices start at $3,000. Pentium II is currently restricted to two-way configurations. After Intel opens up Pentium II’s bus, eight-way systems should be on the market before the end of next year.

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