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The great PC 'what-if' August 7, 2006 Imagine what the tech industry would be like if IBM had demanded exclusive rights to its PC operating system.
IBM, AMD to deepen Opteron ties July 20, 2006 Top execs expected to go public with effort to boost Big Blue's servers with AMD's chips, CNET News.com has learned.
IBM boosts high-end Unix servers July 25, 2006 Brings Power5+ chip to top-end servers, boosting performance during rapid change in server market. Photo: The p5-595 Unix server
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.
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.
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.
IBM Power blades to arrive in March November 14, 2003 Big Blue plans to announce on Tuesday a slender server called the JS20 that uses its own Power processors, but a delay means the system won't ship until late in the first quarter.
HP to sell Intel's server appliances December 21, 2000 The chip giant says Hewlett-Packard will begin selling the NetStructure line of server appliances, and HP plans to offer its own line of NetStructure-based products as early as March.
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