IBM's flip-flop--offering `Intel inside' workstations

Cohen, Sarah
March 1997
Electronic News;03/24/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2160, p66
Trade Publication
Reports that IBM's Professional Workstations division announced shipment of the IntelliStation Z Pro with Pentium Pro processors and Windows NT compatibility. Comments from IBM IntelliStation product line manager Jay Barrett; IBM's selection of Matrox Millennium 2-D graphics card and Intergraph's Intense3D Pro 1000/T 3-D graphics card.


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