Toshiba enters another level

Pitched as a cost-effective solution for the corporate, retail, educational and government market, Toshiba has unveiled its entry-level server for the Magnia series.

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By  Paul Barthram Published  May 21, 2003

Pitched as a cost-effective solution for the corporate, retail, educational and government market, Toshiba has unveiled its entry-level server for the Magnia series.

The Pentium 4-based Magnia 560S provides clock speeds of up to 3.06 GHz with 533 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB), IDE or SCSI hard-drives, integrated ATA RAID (0,1) and upgrade paths support higher levels of ATA and SCSI RAID, according to Toshiba.

“With its entry-level price point, the Magnia 560S balances our portfolio of mobility-enabling servers,” said Ahmed Khalil, regional manager of the Toshiba’s Middle East computer systems division.

The Pentium 4-based Magnia 560S offers clock speeds of up to 3.06 GHz with 533 MHz Front Side Bus (FSB), IDE or SCSI hard-drives, integrated ATA RAID (0,1) and upgrade paths support higher levels of ATA and SCSI RAID. Flexible storage configurations are provided by selecting either IDE drives with optional hot-plug support for a cost-effective solution, or SCSI HDDs for more demanding applications.

“Small, growing businesses and IT departments looking for a cost-effective solution for single applications and enhanced support for mobile working can benefit from deploying the new model. It is also ideal as a POS back-office server for retail organisations – a segment where Toshiba has won a reputation with previous entry-level models,” added Khalil.

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