Sun has let slip its plans to launch an offensive on suppliers of four-way Pentium Pro systems this August, with a new range of products codenamed Tazmo.
Although no product specifications have been announced, Sun?s chief executive Scott McNealy told analysts at a conference: ?Don?t write us off in the workgroup server marketplace.?
The company is planning a line of sub-$20,000 servers ?for people who want to serve up PCs, print, file, Web and Java environments." The boxes are likely to use the industry standard PCI bus instead of Sun?s S bus, completing the company?s transition to the open architecture.
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