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ALR offers affordable server

ALR announces a new Pentium Pro-based server aimed at the departmental and workgroup market capable of supporting dual processors and retailing under $4,000.

Advanced Logic Research announced today a new Pentium Pro-based server aimed at the departmental and workgroup market capable of supporting dual processors that will retail for under $4,000.

The ALR Revolution symmetric multiprocessing MP Pro base system comes with one Pentium Pro 200-MHz processor, 32MB of error-checking and correcting RAM, and two redundant, load-sharing 365-watt power supplies.

Using a dual PCI bus design, the MP Pro can support up to 12.9GB of hot swap storage; an additional 33.6GB of external swappable storage is available.

"ALR's new Revolution MP Pro combined with Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 offers business customers an affordable, scalable, and powerful server solution for the most demanding business needs," Rich Tong, vice president of server marketing at Microsoft said in a statement.

The MP Pro 6200 with 256K of level 2 cache will retail for $3,995; the MP Pro 6200 with 512K of level 2 cache will retail for $4,995. Both models will be available in early October, according to the company.

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