Date: Mon, 28 Jun 1999 18:21:16 -0500 (EST) From: Alan Day <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Press Release IndyBox Systems announces Dual Xeon line of Linux systems Category: Press Release Release: Immediately Contact: Alan Day firstname.lastname@example.org Date: June 28, 1999 Today, IndyBox Systems (based in Indianapolis, Indiana) announced they would be introducing their Intel Pentium Xeon based systems, the XE Series which start at $2300.00, with one of the many Linux distributions pre-installed. i.e., Caldera Open Linux, Debian GNU/Linux, Mandrake Linux, Red Hat Linux, Slackware Linux, S.u.S.E. Linux, and Red Hat Linux. Their 6U rack mountable XE version starts at $3100, with a wide array of hardware options all optimized for Linux. IndyBox Systems Chief Executive Charles Martin said "with the recent offerings of cracker-jack Linux boxes by many other companies, we are offering high-quality solutions at prices lower than the "white box" prices. Martin added, "we have no comment in respect to our "K7" Athlon product release." This announcement follows the release of IndyBox's $400.00 XA Series based upon AMD's powerful line of CPUs ranging from the K6-2 all the way through their work horse K6-III! In addition to their other releases of the XL Series which start at $675! However, IndyBox released the number of unique hits to have surpassed 5,200,000 within the first 3 hours after the release of their dual processor Intel Pentium II/III product release which start at a cool $1000.00!