Apple has released details about some less significant product releases in the wake of tomorrow's Steve Jobs keynote at MacWorld in San Francisco. The company unveiled an upgrade to its Xserve G5 server, now running on 2.3 Ghz 64 bits processors. The announcement was accompanied by the unveiling of another product targeted at the enterprise market: the Xsan file server that allows users to build a storage system.
The pre-release ensures that the products get some attention that they never would have gotten between tomorrow's consumer focused unveilings. The Xserve has an insignificant market share in the server market, and there is no reason to believe that will change any time soon.
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