SMCC debuts Netra Internet servers

Dicarlo, Lisa
September 1994
PC Week;9/12/94, Vol. 11 Issue 36, p13
Trade Publication
Discusses planned introduction of new brand of Unix servers, Netra Internet server and Netra System Management servers, by Sun Microsystems Computer Corporation. Benefits and features of Netra servers; Prices of different Netra servers.


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