IBM was late to the Opteron 6100 party last year, behind rivals Hewlett-Packard, Dell, and Acer. But Big Blue did put a compact machine in the field crammed with lots of cores, and it does want to sell them. To that end, IBM is offering customers a pretty sweet deal on its System x3755 M3 server, which debuted back in August and …
I'm still waiting for an Opteron 6100 tower server for my office. Of course it would need to be quiet which means I'll probably need to build it myself anyway.
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