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TradeMark Computers To Manufacture Linux Servers on SPARC Platform
Allows Linux Customers to Take Advantage of SPARC Systems
February 2, 2000,
Volume 22, Issue 1

TradeMark Computer Products, a division of Bell Microproducts, has selected Sun to supply SPARC-based platforms for building their Linux solutions. TradeMark Computers will now sell its e-clipse line of Linux servers through the established U.S. Sun reseller channel.

"TradeMark Computers allows Linux customers to take advantage of the reliability, scalability and performance offered by SPARC processor-based systems, at a competitive price point," said Barbara Gordon, vice president, worldwide sales, Sun Microsystems' Microelectronics. "In certain applications where customers have selected Linux, notably in education, R&D and Internet service provider markets, they can now run on the 64-bit UltraSPARC processor."

TradeMark Computers offers four e-clipse solutions that integrate Sun's SPARCengine Ultra AX family motherboards and the Red Hat 6.1 Linux package. The UltraSPARC driven e-clipse systems are produced in TradeMark's ISO-9002 facility using Sun certified graphics boards, memory options, storage devices and case styles. Both hardware and software customer support services are provided through TradeMark's technical support program. "

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