x86 Entry-Level Servers: Overview
Published: 13 June 2005
x86 entry-level servers support one or two processors from Intel or AMD. One vendor stands out with well-appointed servers at low list prices. But in general, x86 entry-level servers are highly commoditized, and customers will need to look at many factors when making their purchasing decision.
Table Of Contents
- Processor Subsystems
- Data Storage Subsystems
- Business Use
- Future Road Map
- Types of x86 Entry-Level Servers
- 2P/1U Servers
- 2P/2U Servers
- 2P Tower Servers
- Alternate Technologies
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