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Compaq Adds Security Solutions to ProLiant Server Line

Compaq Computer Corp. announced new advanced security, performance, management, and clustering capabilities and technologies for its ProLiant family of servers.

Compaq announced several enhancements. The AXL3000 Accelerator PCI Card is a new option for ProLiant servers, enabling customers to achieve secure transactions while optimizing server performance. The ultra-thin ProLiant DL360 with Intel Pentium III 1-GHz processors was also announced today. In addition, Compaq announced free trial upgrades for the Compaq Remote Insight Lights Out Edition management cards that will enable wireless remote server management from iPaq handheld devices. ProLiant Clusters for SCO UnixWare and Novell NetWare were also announced.

The new AXL300 Accelerator PCI Card enables ProLiant users to deploy the demanding e-business infrastructures of today’s Internet. The new security solution can support more than 330 SSL connections per second and provides linear, scalable performance.

Contact Compaq, www.compaq.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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