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The entry uniprocessor Power 275 workstation has a 1GHz Power4+ processor, 1GB of main memory (expandable to 16GB), four drive bays with one 36GB disk includes, and six PCI-X slots.
Wyse will demonstrate symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) and uniprocessor servers running Notes on SCO Open Server Systems and IBM OS/2 at the GroupWare '94 trade show, booth no.
The new generation typically starts out having about twice the uniprocessor performance of the previous generation and about the same list price as the previous generation when it was new.
Under the terms of the new OEM agreement, Wyse will pre-install IBM products such as OS/2 for SMP, Advanced Server for Workgroups and LAN Server, on specific optimized models of its symmetric multiprocessor and uniprocessor servers.
Given this rapid adoption, the mix of form-factors for these Linux servers has been changing over time, with the result that dual-processor systems are the predominant form-factor, followed by uniprocessors and four-processor systems.
announced today it has expanded its line of servers for open systems environments with the introduction of a new Pentium-based uniprocessor system.
Because this SRC-developed software and hardware architecture is applicable to products ranging from uniprocessor handheld devices to large-scale multiprocessor computer systems, SRC is able to offer solutions targeted at the high-performance server and workstation markets as well as the embedded markets.
Current certified uniprocessor systems for OS/2 include Wyse's client families, the Decision 486si and Decision 486se, and server families, the Series 3000i Model 350 and Series 6000i Model 650.