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dual Pentium

An earlier PC motherboard that contained two Pentium CPUs. Such machines were designed for use with an operating system that supported symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), such as Windows NT. See SMP.
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This site originally relied on a Dual Pentium Pro 200 server with three 4GB drives to run ARCServe, Exchange, and several other applications.
The "SpeechBox(TM)" can support up to 480 channels of high quality speech applications in a one-to-one ratio of telephony to ASR channels, while the dual Pentium CPU is free for MIPS intensive applications.
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The BIG-IP 540 comes standard with dual Pentium III 1 GHz processors, 2 10/100 Fast Ethernet ports, and 512 MB of memory.
Celeron processor option -- 128MBytes memory, 20GByte IDE hard disk drive -- Dual Pentium III processor option -- 512MBytes memory, 36GByte SCSI hard disk drive, Gigabit Ethernet interface
The dual Pentium hardware and Windows(R) operating system upgrade provides network interface capabilities and future expandability.
The Model 1000 features single or dual Pentium III processors, running at speeds up to 1 GHz within a 1U form factor.
Dual Pentium III processors running up to 1 GHz, with up to 4GB RAM, hot swappable SCSI drive bays, dual NICs, dual IDE controllers, and lots more .
Available CPUs range from a Pentium III-450 MHz up to a dual Pentium III-550 MHz.