The IBM 4694 model 347 can be used as a controller/terminal, a terminal in a LAN or as a standalone terminal. The 347 is a 64 bit architecture system unit with an 866 MHz VIA C3 processor, 128K embedded Cache, 64 Megabytes of memory, SVGA and DVI video with a default of 4Mb of video memory with the ability for expansion up to 8Mb. video Memory, a 1.44Megabyte floppy drive, two RS-232 ports, a PC keyboard, mouse and parallel port, six RS-485 Point of Sale I/O ports, two cash drawer ports, three PC USB ports, one +12V powered USB port, one full length PCI and one full length ISA/PCI feature card slot, a front access dump switch (supported by Windows NT 4.0 ServicePack4 and 4690 OS), 10/100 Ethernet, Desktop Management Interface (DMI) support and a network management enabled BIOS standard on every system unit. The new BIOS supports DHCP and PXE protocols as well as the previously supported IBM RPL, Novell Netware RPL and TCP/IP bootp protocols. The 347 has the capability to expand to 512 Megabytes of memory with two 168 pin, SDRAM PC-133 compatible DIMM memory sockets that can contain any combination of 64, 128 and 256 MB DIMMs. The model 347 is a wide footprint model and has the option for up to two 20 GB Performance Hard Disk Drives, a Token Ring adapter, a keylock and the Advanced Power Management compliant Power Management feature. Wake on LAN is supported with the Power Management feature on the 347. Front service access and the system unit I/O integration kit (slant top) are standard features of the 347. This model is suited to the customer who wants to integrate the POS I/O on top of the logic unit and is running Windows or 4690 OS with an interest in using the Java Virtual Machine enhancements of 4690 OS V2.