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Blade servers fight for edge

IBM talks up its blade servers to the telecommunications industry, while HP slims down its blades to allow more servers in the same amount of space.

IBM is talking up its blade servers to the telecommunications industry, while HP is slimming down its blades to allow more servers to fit in the same amount of space.

IBM plans profusion of new blade servers

Big Blue is expected to announce next week that it has adapted its blade server for telecommunications customers, one step in an ambitious program that will carry blades into most of IBM's server line.
March 8, 2004

HP to put blade servers on a diet

update Hewlett-Packard announces a new, thinner blade server--a system that will enable customers to stack twice as many of the dual-processor machines into the same space.
March 8, 2004

Start-up enters field of blades

3Up Systems squeezes into the blade server market with a medium-size Xeon-based product that features an integrated Ethernet switch.
March 9, 2004

previous coverage

Blade PC company links up with IBM

Big Blue will sell blade PC systems from ClearCube Technology to customers in Japan, as part of a deal designed to build interest in the relatively new market.
February 24, 2004