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Fujitsu is launching a new range of teamservers, based on Intel's Pentium III Xeon 550Mhz processor. The company says the new range will reduce the cost of ownership for its customers. The range includes the four-way L800i models and the eight-way T800i models. The L8001 prices start at £4060.00 for the L870ie 550/512 server, and top out at £7495.00for the L890ie 550/2MB server. The prices for the T800i models, which are available with either 1MB or 2MB capacities, have yet to be announced. A company spokeswoman said to expect prices in September. Mark Pini, product business manager at Fujitsu commented: "The new models provide our customers with excellent performance and provide a perpetual computing environment maximising system availability and reducing the Total Cost of Ownership through long lifecycles." ®

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