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Dell, Sun Eye SMB Buyers

Dell (NASDAQ:DELL) and Sun Microsystems (NASDAQ: JAVA) have launched products to help small to midsize businesses (SMBs) be more competitive and provide those businesses with substantial technologies, not just scaled-down enterprise products.

Dell's offering is a pair of one-socket Xeon servers for the SMB market, while Sun's is a little more comprehensive, offering hardware and software turnkey solutions.

Dell's new servers are the R300 rack server and T300 tower server. Both use a single Xeon x5460 processor and support up to 24GB of memory, three times the typical amount in a single-socket SMB server. In announcing the servers, Dell made a variety of performance claims, in speed and power efficiency, against similar HP and IBM SMB servers.

The R300 and T300 come with hot-plug hard drives and redundant power supplies to maintain uptime in case of failure. They also offer self-service features such as the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to strengthen security, enable better authentication and offer better encryption and protection of critical information.

The servers also include security features

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