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The sharp edges of the server market

Software advances are letting hardware makers squeeze more into servers, even as the high-end machines stay slim.

Software advances are letting hardware makers squeeze more into servers, even as the high-end machines stay slim.

Average server prices actually increased in the fourth quarter, marking a purchasing shift toward beefier machines.
March 21, 2007

Virtualization, multicore processors mean customers are buying fewer systems than the market research firm had expected earlier.
March 20, 2007

Big Blue's status among blade makers owes much to its ties with VCs and an independent community of developers.
TheDeal.com
March 20, 2007

Colorado start-up hopes its custom software will appeal to those who fear denial-of-service attacks on the network.
March 19, 2007

Open Source Systems to expand range of Gemini servers, which package two motherboards into one chassis for cooling efficiency.

March 16, 2007