> It might be worth considering Apple if you want a 64-bit chip that has a
> clock speed comparable to Intel's - the Xserv is similarly priced to Sun
> V210 (both dual cpu 1U's).
Personally I'd stay *far* away from the XServs until Apple learns to build
some real server harware. The current XServs have internal parts more
appropriate to a Dell desktop (promise controller, low-speed commodity IDE
drives), than a server.
If Apple has prices these IU desktop machines similar to Sun, then I sense
doom ahead for the Apple Server Division.
Aglio Database Solutions
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