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Gateway introduces small-business server

Gateway on Tuesday introduced the 910 Series, entry-level servers starting at $699. The new servers, based on Intel's Celeron processor, are intended for small businesses aiming to improve e-mail handling, Internet access, printer sharing and other networking tasks. "Many small businesses are looking to move to a network architecture for the first time, and they need both comprehensive services and reliable hardware to make it happen," said Jim Jones, vice president of segment marketing for Gateway. The base model 910 includes a 1GHz Celeron processor, 128MB of SDRAM and a 20GB hard drive. The $1,499 910L2 has the same processor but 256MB of memory, a 40GB hard drive and Microsoft's Windows 2000 Server operating system with five licenses.

Gateway on Tuesday introduced the 910 Series, entry-level servers starting at $699. The new servers, based on Intel's Celeron processor, are intended for small businesses aiming to improve e-mail handling, Internet access, printer sharing and other networking tasks. "Many small businesses are looking to move to a network architecture for the first time, and they need both comprehensive services and reliable hardware to make it happen," said Jim Jones, vice president of segment marketing for Gateway.

The base model 910 includes a 1GHz Celeron processor, 128MB of SDRAM and a 20GB hard drive. The $1,499 910L2 has the same processor but 256MB of memory, a 40GB hard drive and Microsoft's Windows 2000 Server operating system with five licenses.