Enterprise Computing

ComTeq Federal Inc. has listed Hewlett-Packard Co. PCs, servers and printers on
its General Services Administration Information Technology Schedule contract. ComTeq
prices the HP LaserJet 4000 workgroup monochrome printer, successor to the LaserJet 5, at
$1,065.


The printer has a 100-MHz RISC processor and prints 17 pages per minute at either 600-
or 1,200-dot-per-inch resolution, through Hewlett-Packard’s FastRes. Adobe PostScript
Level 2 and HP Printer Control Language 5e and 6 print drivers are included.


The LaserJet 4000 has 4M of RAM and 600-page standard capacity. Its monthly print
volume is 65,000 pages. Bundled JetSend software lets other peripherals such as printers
and scanners communicate with the LaserJet without a PC as an intermediary. JetAssist
Connector helps users install print-handling accessories from Hewlett-Packard or other
vendors. Also included is HP JetDirect 600N print server software.


System administrators can configure the LaserJet 4000 to download driver updates
automatically from the Web.


ComTeq puts a $1,329 price tag on the HP Vectra VE 6/350 minitower PC with a 350-MHz
Pentium II processor, 64M of RAM and a 6.4G hard drive.


The Rockville, Md., reseller throws in a 32X CD-ROM drive, built-in audio, a Matrox
Millenium video card and a 3Com Corp. network interface card with the Vectra VE 6/350.


The HP NetServer LH3 with a 450-MHz Pentium II processor and 128M of RAM is $4,990 on
ComTeq’s GSA IT Schedule contract.


Unisys Corp. has assembled a platform for Unix and Microsoft Windows software
developers who work on common projects.


The $6,111 Enterprise Developer Workstation on Unisys’ NASA Scientific and
Engineering Workstation Procurement II contract consists of a Hewlett-Packard Kayak
workstation with a 350-MHz Pentium II processor, 10.1G hard drive, 32X CD-ROM drive and
19-inch monitor.


A separate $7,145 configuration has a 450-MHz Pentium II processor and a 21-inch
monitor.


Both workstations come with Microsoft’s Windows NT Workstation 4.0, Office
Developer Edition 97 and Visual C++ Professional 6.0, as well as the NuTCracker Developer
Suite from DataFocus Inc. of Fairfax, Va. NuTCracker aids in rehosting Unix applications
for Windows 9x and NT.


Unisys will provide 16 hours’ worth of integration and configuration services for
the developer workstation for $2,800.


For more information about these and other federal contracts, visit GCN’s Web site
at www.gcn.com.





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