Penguin Computing Introduces 1U Rackmount System: New Relion 110 Excels as Dual-Processor Capable Web Server

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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 25, 2001--Penguin Computing Inc., the premiere provider of Internet infrastructure solutions, today announced the availability of the Relion 110, a 1U rackmount server. The new system provides up to two 1.0 GHz processors, 4 GB of RAM, and 150 GB of storage capacity. The Relion 110 also sports a 64-bit/66 Mhz PCI slot, enabling the addition of a gigabit ethernet card.

Equipped with dual processors and an IDE disk subsystem, the Relion 110 is a low-cost solution to drive such processor-intensive applications as web serving, clustered computing and dedicated security duties for ISPs and other e-businesses facing large volumes of network traffic.

"With the economy as it is, customers demand high-performance servers with an unbeatable price/performance ratio," said Scott Weinbrandt, vice president of sales and marketing at Penguin Computing, Inc. "The Relion 110 meets this need while maintaining the level of quality and reliability Penguin Computing is known for."

The Relion 110 is designed for customers seeking the computing power of dual Intel Pentium III processors and the advantages of a low cost, high capacity IDE system. It makes an ideal web server for Web infrastructure customers enabling them to run applications using the server's exceptional performance to process large amounts of web traffic in a small 1U form factor.

Pricing and Availability

Relion 110 servers begin shipping today. Like all Penguin Computing systems, Relion 110 servers are built-to-order, with a wide variety of options to tailor each system to individual needs. Default configuration starts at $2087.00

Service and Support

Penguin Computing offers a range of service and support options. The Relion 110 comes standard with a two-year limited warranty, including part replacement and 12-hour business day technical support. Additional options such as 24/7 phone support and on-site service may be purchased separately.

About Penguin Computing

Penguin Computing Inc. ( is the premier provider of reliable Linux systems for the Internet infrastructure market. Founded in 1998 by Open Source advocate Sam Ockman, Penguin Computing is based in San Francisco and is privately held.

IDC predicts that the market for Linux servers will reach $5.7 billion by 2003, propelled by companies seeking both high reliability and cost effectiveness. Penguin Computing pursues this emerging market by providing Linux-powered servers to companies building Internet infrastructure.

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