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Looks like Dell will finally take the plunge.

10:49 pm on May 18, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Dell finally announced that it will start using AMD's processors, breaking its long-standing, single-source relationship with Intel and giving AMD yet another victory over its archrival.
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Yeah! It's about time. We'll still have to wait for them to filter down to regular computers, (just servers for now) but a little competition on pricing and performance should be good for us consumers.
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Whew. Austin TX the last six months:

Samsung builds major plant (thousands of workers):
AMD expands work force late last year.
Dell continues to expand.
Yesterday: HP announces it will open two massive data centers here.

And now Dell goes with home town AMD!

...last one out of the silicon valley headed for Austin - please turn out the lights ;-)

2:19 pm on May 19, 2006 (gmt 0)

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Yep, welcome to the Silicon Hills:)
8:15 pm on May 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

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The systems people that I know aren't buying fancy dual core servers at the moment only storage.

Servers center energy/cooling costs have sky rocketed recently.