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    By Vangie Beal :  June 17, 2002

    (Information Week) Four-way servers that include Intel's next-generation, 64-bit Itanium 2 processor will sell for about $41,000, Intel says. It's an early indicator of Itanium 2 pricing--still undisclosed--and demonstrates how Intel is counting on the new processor to vault its products into higher-priced servers and take market share from Sun Microsystems. Itanium 2 deliveries are expected in July, Intel sources say. The Itanium 2 server price estimate, disclosed at a technical presentation at Intel headquarters in Santa Clara, Calif., Friday, is for a four-processor system running at 1 GHz, with 32 Gbytes of RAM, and a 3-Mbyte on-die memory cache.


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