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Gateway Announces Server Appliances
Gateway, Inc. has announced two new Linux-based server appliances, entering a growing market with products aimed at small businesses/offices.
Announces Server Appliances Event Summary December 7, 1999 [Online News] - San Diego-based Gateway, Inc. jumped into the PC server appliance market today, announcing a pair of Linux-based devices that can handle Internet access, e-mail and file sharing for small businesses and franchises or branch offices of larger companies. The new Gateway Micro Server models run off of an embedded 64-bit RISC processor made by MIPS Computer Systems Inc. and can be installed in as little as 30 minutes, Gateway
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Server Platform Revitalization in the Enterprise Applications Space
The whole idea of enterprise application modernization is to renew existing software so that it can satisfy the need for integration and graphical presentation
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IBM’s Unix Servers Eclipse Sun
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