IBM readies Unix midrange servers

IBM Corp. plans to launch two beefed-up midrange Unix-based servers this week containing its copper-chip and Silicon-On-Insulator technologies.

Both the desk-side pSeries 620 and the rack-mountable pSeries 660 servers are bundled with AIX 5L, which contains a development environment for building AIX and Linux applications. With the release, corporate users can build, deploy, and manage both kinds of applications on either IBM's Power-based chips or Intel Corp.'s Itanium-based systems.

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