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Datayard's general-purpose, entry-level servers are low-cost, widely scalable, and extremely reliable. The Datayard Basic offers phenomenal processing power, massively expanded storage capacity, and remote management tools that make it a snap to deploy and maintain. This time around, the objective was to enables organizations to build flexible infrastructure that can be integrated into current IT environments and quickly respond to changing business requirements.

All Datayard servers include a right-to-use license for the Datayard SME Linux server platform that come with and install at no additional cost. All systems also support Enterprise Level Red Hat 9.0 server behind Firewall.

 1. AMD Duron 1.2 CPU + Mother Board  
 2. DDR 333 - 512M Ram Module  
 3. 10M/100M LAN Connector  2 Units
 4. Hard Disk 60G - 7200rpm  2 Units
 5. Build-in CD-ROM  
 6. Build-in 1.44" Floppy Disk Drive  
This System is designed for:
 1. Under 30 users with heavy mail and file usage.
 2. Web hits under 1,000,000 hits per day
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What is Linux?
Linux is developed under the GNU General Public License and its source code is freely available to everyone. This however, doesn't mean that Linux and its assorted distributions are free -- companies and developers may charge money for it as long as the source code remains availble. Linux is often considered an excellent, low-cost alternative to other more expensive operating systems.
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