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IBM Continues RS/6000 Performance Focus
IBM has just released benchmark results for its mid-range Unix server, the RS/6000 M80, showing it to be a top performer in transaction processing and Web

memory unix  to 32GB ECC SDRAM memory and 56 hot-plug PCI slots. It offers mainframe-class reliability, availability and serviceability features implemented for the first time in a midrange UNIX machine. These features include: Hot-plug PCI slots for uninterrupted growth Redundant hot-plug fans and power to improve availability Hot-swappable disk drives to help manage unexpected growth Dynamic CPU Deallocation to isolate potential processor problems and keep applications running Service processor to monitor vital

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