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More NT servers hit the market

Intergraph replaces its 600 line with more expandable computers and introduces a new low-end server for workgroups.

Workstation vendor Intergraph announced new Windows NT servers today, replacing its 600 line with more expandable computers and introducing a new low-end server for workgroups.

Replacing the 600 series server is the InterServe 8000, which comes in three configurations ranging in price from $10,400 to $33,000. The base configuration has a single 200-MHz Pentium Pro processor, 64MB of memory, a 4GB hard drive, Ethernet network connection capability, a CD-ROM drive, and the company's InterSite site management suite.

The midrange 8000 configuration comes with an additional processor, twice the memory, three 9GB drives, dual-channel RAID (redundant array of independent discs) technology for fault tolerance, and an Intergraph-branded version of Intel's LANDesk, a remote maintenance and management technology. The high-end configuration has four of Intel's newest Pentium Pro processors, which come with 1MB of "cache" memory built in. The system also has 512MB of main memory. The two-processor 8000 is priced at $19,000.

The $20,000 8400 model comes standard with dual 200-MHz Pentium Pro processors, 128MB of memory, three 4GB drives, dual-channel RAID, a high-speed Ethernet network connection, a CD-ROM drive, and the site management software suite and LANDesk equivalent.

The 8000 and 8400 servers are available now.

Intergraph also announced a new lower-end server, the InterServe 80, which ranges in price from $4,700 to $11,725. The base configuration comes with a 266-MHz Pentium II processor, 32MB of RAM, a 4GB hard drive, Ethernet connection, a CD-ROM drive, and the InterSite suite.

The 80 model will ship at the end of the month.