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Sun announces 2U four socket quadcore server

Sun previewed a new server this week based on the Xeon 7300s.

Sun logo[Sun] previewed the first and only four-socket, 2U quad-core system on the market from a tier-one vendor, powered by the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor 7300 series that Intel announced separately today. At the processor launch in San Francisco, Intel also endorsed the Solaris Operating System (OS) as the only mission-critical UNIX operating system for the Intel Xeon processor, recommending that OEMs and systems builders show support for the Solaris OS on Xeon-based platforms.

The server will be available in 60 days according to the company.

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