March 26, 2001
Dell unveils new and rebranded servers
Author: JT Smith
Dell today announced that it will phase out its PowerEdge 2400 and 2450 servers, replacing them with "a new generation of machines to address workgroup and corporate data-center environments." The new PowerEdge 2500 and 2550 servers will ship with Pentium III processors up to 1GHz, three PCI buses (two 64-bit buses and one 32-bit bus), 4GB of RAM, and embedded dual-channel RAID with battery backup. Purchasers can choose from a variety of factory-installed operating systems, including Red Hat Linux 7.0. Full story at InfoWorld.