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While Moore's Law is cramming more and more computing power into a processor socket, not every customer needs a quad-core "Nehalem EP" two socket box to run their applications. Selling into the SMB channel with its System x server line has been tough for IBM in the past three quarters, particularly because in a tough economy …

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IBM Cheapies

I did wonder who had been buying up all the surplus and bankrupt stock that was swilling around

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