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Spotlight on servers

Superslim "blade" servers may be relatively new, but they're already dominating the market; meanwhile, Dell moves into the high-end server market, and Intel steals a deal from Transmeta.

Superslim "blade" servers may be relatively new, but they are already dominating the market; meanwhile, Dell moves into the high-end server market, and Intel steals a deal from Transmeta. "Blades" shine in grim server market
Just now coming to market, the superslim servers already dominate the agenda, but even exciting new technology does little to dispel the gloom in the sector overall.
August 2, 2001  
Dell to attack high-end server market
Speed improvements to standard computer technology will allow the company to take on high-end server competitors such as IBM and Sun Microsystems in 2002.
August 2, 2001  
Intel snatches server deal from Transmeta
One of chipmaker Transmeta's server partners defects to Intel's Pentium III-M chip, saying the processor delivers "the best balance of performance and power consumption."
August 2, 2001