Firm plans Opteron-supported workstation

Taiwanese hardware maker Iwill is to introduce a small form-factor workstation that can support two Advanced Micro Devices...

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Taiwanese hardware maker Iwill is to introduce a small form-factor workstation that can support two Advanced Micro Devices Opteron processors.

The ZMax DP is a barebones workstation includes a case, power supply and motherboard.

To complete the system, users add a processor, memory and peripherals, such as a hard-disc drive.

The ZMax DP will begin sampling next month and will be available worldwide during the fourth quarter. The barebones system will be priced at around $499.

Designed for workstation applications, the ZMax DP can support up to 2Gbytes of DDR (Double Data Rate) memory, and offers two 3.5in drive bays for hard-disc drives.

Sumner Lemon writes for IDG News Service

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