Sun raises Unix server bar

Popovich, Ken
October 2001
eWeek;10/1/2001, Vol. 18 Issue 39, p19
Reports the launching of 106-processor Sun Fire 15K, a Unix server by Sun Microsystems Inc. in Palo Alto, California. Capabilities of the product; Price projections for the product; Features of Sun Fire 15K.


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