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Taiwan market: Dell announces five Nehalem-based servers
Press release, April 2; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Friday 3 April 2009]

Dell has announced the launch of five Intel Xeon 5500-based servers in the Taiwan market.

The servers launched are Dell's PowerEdge M610 and M710 blade servers, R610 and R710 rack servers, and T610 tower server. The company will also launch T710, R410 and T410 models at a later time.

Dell PowerEdge M710 blade server

Dell PowerEdge M710 blade server
Photo: Company

Dell PowerEdge R710 rack server

Dell PowerEdge R710 rack server
Photo: Company

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