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Cobalt RaQ

The Cobalt RaQ was a 1-unit rackmount server product developed by Cobalt Networks Inc. (later purchased by Sun Microsystems). it featured a modified Red Hat Linux operating system and a proprietary GUI for server management. The RaQ was equipped with a 150MHz MIPS RM5230 CPU.

Manufacturer: Cobalt Networks Inc
Date: 1998

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