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SeaMicro is not longer an independent company, but you would not have guessed that if you were dropped in from outer space to attend the launch of the new SM15000 microserver in San Francisco on Monday afternoon. Advanced Micro Devices may own SeaMicro, but the company went out of its way to support the latest "Ivy Bridge" Xeon …

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For now this is an appropriate Biz strategy

Down the road a few years from now when AMD is fully up to speed and back on track, then it would be prudent to start phasing out Intel from SeaMicro as they won't need the revenue and AMD will have better products for the server market.

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