Apple signs with Army, BMW; issues remote software

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Apple announced on Monday the sale of 1566 dual processor Xserve G5s to a U.S. Army contractor. The $5.8 million cluster is expected to be one of the fastest supercomputers in the world. Apple also revealed the details of a new interface developed by Apple and BMW, that will enable owners of select BMW models to have their Apple iPods integrated directly into their vehicle's audio systems. And Apple released Remote Desktop 2, its software solution to assist Mac system administrators and computer managers with asset management, software distribution and help desk support.

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