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Kingston Technology is shipping the first 2GB memory upgrade for Hewlett Packard's N-Class and L-Class Enterprise servers. The two-piece kit is made up of two 1GB memory modules. Using 256Mbit 133MHz ECC SDRAM and Kingston's own technology, it doubles the bandwidth provided by HP's servers and workstations. The chipset supports HP L1000 and L2000 on entry-level UNIX systems, HP N4000 on midrange enterprise servers, as well as some of HP's Visualize workstations, including HP B1000, C3000, J5000 and J7000. The 2GB kit is priced at £5,185, and the 1GB at £3,245, both ex-VAT. ® Related stories: Kingston takes direct route to resellers

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