Fujitsu has gone global with its range of servers, releasing the new team server range based around Intel's latest processor, the Pentium II.
As far as Fujitsu can ascertain, it will be August this year before the Fujitsu Pentium II servers will have any serious tier-one contenders in the entry-level to mid-range server market.
"By the time the competition catches up in about August we're looking to give our whole range another performance boost which will lift us ahead of the competition," said NSW channel manager for Fujitsu, Alvaro Del Pozo.
In August Fujitsu and US-based company RCC will be releasing a new chipset in both its entry-level single processor and mid-range dual processor systems.
"This will give a further 15 per cent performance increase over the previous model and existing models will be upgraded to that chip set," Del Pozo said.
Released on May 8, shortly after Intel unveiled the Pentium II processor, the teamserver products are in two categories - the teamserver Ci and Gi, both supporting NT, SCO UnixWare, SCO Open Server and Novell.
An entry-level server in the teamserver Ci range is the C760i starting at RRP $6955.
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