IBM cuts PC server prices, says share is up

IBM Personal Systems Group yesterday said it was cutting prices by up to 27 per cent across its PC Server 330 and 740 ranges.
Written by Martin Veitch, Contributor

The Group also touted IDC market research Q3 statistics that say its PC server share grew 27.5 per cent faster than the industry average year on year.

Prices for the Pentium II-based PC Server 330 range now start from £3,715; £8,019 buys an entry-level Pentium Pro-based PC Server 704.

Buyers who purchase a PC Server 330 or 704 before the end of 1997 get a bonus Windows NT-based Lotus Intranet Starter Pack.

IBM Personal Systems Group is the new name for what was previously the IBM PC Company. A spokesman said the name change reflected the inclusion on NCs and Net PCs in the business unit.

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