Sequent Targets ASPs.
Sequent sees the ASP opportunity as a Windows NT play and says it will leverage Microsoft's Digital Nervous System for e-commerce.
The company has been telling Wall Street that its new mid-range NUMA-Q 1000 server has made it more competitive with Sun Microsystems Inc. The NUMA-Q 1000 comes in about $15,000 less than Sun's E4500 server.
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|Date:||Jun 17, 1999|
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