1998 Master Source-Book Edition 1 catalog covers industrial computers, data acquisition, industrial control, and communications products for the PC bus. Featured products include the Pentium II and Dual Pentium Pro motherboards, an extended chassis for large-scale system expendability, fully integrated Webserver systems, and a rackmount server with seven 15X SCSI-2 CD-ROMs. A product highlight section provides photos and a new product synopsis. Technical reference sections are available in conjunction with detailed selection charts.
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