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A Dell rebound--not so easy February 2, 2007 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper warns that a recovery isn't just about economics--it's about getting the customer excited.
Intel scraps server appliance brand November 14, 2000 To avoid conflicts with its original equipment manufacturer customers--such as Dell Computer--which produce their own server appliances, Intel ditches its NetStructure brand.
Gateway begins AMD server push November 8, 2006 Gateway becomes the latest computer maker to begin selling x86 servers using Advanced Micro Devices' Opteron processor.
Virtualization bolsters Dell worldview April 5, 2006 CTO Kevin Kettler touts the technology as a big improvement, saying it extends Dell's "building block" approach. Photos: Dell CTO pushes virtualization
Red Hat releases big-iron update March 10, 2006 An update to the company's premium Linux version now supports 64-processor servers. And bigger configurations are on the way.
Year in review: The PC chugs on December 19, 2005 Fading of the PC is predicted often, but low prices and emerging nations helped this year's sales beat expectations.
Why PCs aren't pricey anymore December 7, 2007 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper remembers the mail-order makers who shook the mainstream computer makers out of their lethargy.
Fujitsu announces quad-blade server March 14, 2006 Fujitsu will let customers link four AMD Opteron blades into a single eight-processor server. Photo: Fujitsu's quad-blade server
Lenovo smear is grossly unfair April 4, 2006 Endpoint Technologies president Roger L. Kay says xenophobia is factor in accusations against Chinese-founded PC maker.
"Blades" shine in grim server market August 3, 2001 New to the market, the super-slim machines cut a dashing figure, but though they dominate the agenda, even they can't dispel the gloom in the sector overall.
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