Nampa, ID--May 27, 1997--Micron Electronics Inc. (Nampa, ID) announced the Micron Vetix Mxi, which rounds out its line of server products and opens the doors to the direct-channel, corporate-enterprise server market with competitive pricing, stability, and reliability.
The Micron Vetix Mxi will be available June 5, 1997. With configurations starting at $4,699, this complete midrange server offers network solutions desired by value-conscious corporate information services managers and technical administrators. The Micron Vetix Mxi ships standard with an Intel 200 MHz Pentium Pro processor, 128-Mbyte ECC EDO DRAM, and three 4-Gbyte Ultra-Wide SCSI-3 hard drives priced at $7,999. Starting at $13,499, the Vetix 2Mxi ships standard with Dual Intel 200 MHz Pentium Pro processors, 256-Mbyte ECC EDO DRAM, five 4-Gbyte Ultra-Wide SCSI-3 hard drives, and a Mylex PCI 2-channel Ultra-Wide SCSI-3 RAID caching controller with 4-Mbyte ECC DRAM.
All Vetix Mxi servers ship standard with eight open expansion slots (five PCI, two ISA, and one shared PCI/ISA), integrated Adaptec PCI Ultra Wide SCSI-3 controller, integrated Intel EtherExpress Pro 100 controller, integrated SVGA graphics, 12x/20x SCSI-2 CD-ROM drive, 3.5-in. floppy drive, five internal, hot-swappable hard drive array bays upgradeable to ten hard drive array bays, three external 5.25-in. media bays, one 330W power supply standard, Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0, Intel LANDesk Server Manager 2.52, and integrated hardware instrumentation.
Options allow up to 40 Gbytes hot-swappable hard drive expansion in a RAID configuration, 1 Gbyte of ECC memory, and three redundant power supplies.
Micron servers include customer support options, including pre-sales advice, as well as one-year, next-business-day on-site set-up and on-site technical support. Dedicated server technical support is avsailable 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Another useful technical support tool is the Micron Electronics Web site (www.micronpc.com), which offers technical information on all Micron products.
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