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Commentary: Is time ripe for Lenovo to acquire IBM x86 server business? - comments from readers
Aaron Lee, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES [Monday 27 January 2014]
  • Posted on Jan 28, 00:01

    At present only Intel makes money in the x86 server market because of very high Xeon prices. If Lenovo can convince Intel to lower prices, than Lenovo can make money off x86 servers.
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