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Dell's server safari

CEO still eyeing AMD. Also: Server maker unsheathes new blades and a software pact with Microsoft.

CEO Kevin Rollins tips his cap again toward AMD; has he tipped his hand? Also: Server maker unsheathes new blades and a software pact with Microsoft.

Dell looking 'more seriously than ever' at AMD

CEO Kevin Rollins hints that computer maker's adoption of Advanced Micro Devices' processors is now more a question of when, not if.
November 15, 2004

Dell touts new blades' bang for the buck

The computer maker envisions the blades being used to replace large numbers of stand-alone servers.
November 15, 2004

Dell, Microsoft make a patch pact for servers

The industry heavyweights want to ease a major "pain point" for their customers, Dell's CEO says.
November 15, 2004

previous coverage

Component prices play key role in Dell earnings

Falling component prices give Dell double-digit third-quarter revenue and profit increases.
November 11, 2004

Dell takes new stab at blade design

In its second shot at selling blade servers, Dell touts its own research and development.
November 1, 2004

For Dell and AMD, a tantalizing question

The big question: Will Dell incorporate Opteron or Athlon chips from Advanced Micro Devices into its systems?
October 26, 2004