Zeus Product Positioning Zeus Server is positioned for the entry level server performance Target Market is positioned for small businesses with <50 employees who require a single solution business server with intense Internet applications Zeus is priced competitively in the entry level server market Projected Launch Date is May 23rd, 2000
Zeus Key Selling Points Intel Lancewood server motherboard (L440GX+) (Listen to core advantages & benefits) ECC SDRAM Memory (“---”) 10 Bay Pedestal / 5U Rackmount Server Chassis (“—”) SCSI Hot-swap Back-plane Module (“---”)
Zeus Key Selling Points [continued..] 337W Redundant Power Supply (Listen to core advantages and benefits) Integrated Server Management & Intel Server Control (“---”) RAID Technology Option (“---”)
Zeus Technical Specs Max 2 Pentium III Processors, 256K L2 Cache Max 2GB ECC Memory 7 full length I/O bus slots (6 PCI, 1 ISA) 80-pin SCA SCSI HDD Integrated Controllers Cirrus Logic 5480 SVGA Video Display 10/100 Mbps Fast Ethernet NIC 2 X Bus Mastering PCI-IDE Integrated hardware management features Supports Intel Server Control
Premio Zeus vs. Dell PowerEdge CPU Power: Zeus processor speeds supports from 550 MHz up to 800 MHz Single or Dual Pentium III capability, where PowerEdge is limited to 667 MHz Memory Power: Zeus ECC memory can expand up to 2GB, where PowerEdge is limited to 1GB SDRAM Hard Drive Capacity: Zeus supports up to six slots of HD capacity, where PowerEdge is limited to three slots
Zeus Summary Zeus is competitively priced at $2857, where Dell’s PowerEdge is $3094, price difference of $237, a savings of 9% Zeus CPU, Memory and Hard Drive components out run Dell’s PowerEdge with more processor support, memory expandability and hard drive capacity. Zeus is ideal for the small business who’s looking for an entry level server with price in mind
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