IBM Upgrades Rack UnitBy Channel Insider Staff | Posted 2004-01-12 Email Print
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IBM unveilsd its four-way BladeCenter HS20 blade server and ships a new four-processor rack server, the xSeries 365.
IBM continues to make noise in the four-way, Intel-based server space.
The company last week unveiled its four-way BladeCenter HS20 blade server and shipped a new four-processor rack server, the xSeries 365.
The 3U (5.25-inch) server, available now, with prices starting at $6,039, replaces the four-way x360 and offers improved storage and I/O technology.
Powered by as many as four 2.8GHz Xeon MP processors, the x365 offers six internal hard disk drives with as much as 880GB of Ultra320 SCSI storage capacity.
In addition, users can choose an option that includes four internal hard drives and DDS tape backup.