Servers, like desktop computers, are no longer expensive – at all. Gateway released two new servers, which start at only $499.
ZDNet writes The Gateway 9115 and 9120 servers, which start at $499, contain one Pentium 4 or Celeron processor and measure 1.75 inches high, so they can be slid into computer racks.
Although Gateway is primarily known as a consumer company, it has maintained a sizable presence in the business market. Approximately half its revenue in 2003 derived from government, educational institutions and small to medium-size businesses. During the Clinton administration, Gateway was one of the more prevalent brands inside the White House, according to sources close to the company.
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