NEC serves business via Win2K
- 11 February, 2000 12:49
Servers designed to run Microsoft's soon-to-be-released Windows 2000 and which meet the needs of "rapidly evolving business environments" were launched by NEC this week.
The Express 5800 120 Ld and Express 5800 120 Mc server range run on Intel's Xeon chip, a 733MHz processor and Ultra 160Mbps interface technologies.
In all, seven servers will be available, including top-of-the-range models 140Ra7 and 180Ra7.
According to NEC's national marketing manager, Andrew Sleight, the new range of servers will allow the company to deliver the "highest quality products at attractive and competitive prices".
The servers include error-correcting memory, redundant cooling fans, hot-swap hard drives, a redundant hot-swap power option and a choice of RAID controller options.