Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Check the x86 server market forecast

March 18, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Customers want large x86 servers
Dan Olds, Contributor

Single-socket servers are a dead market, and more customers are pursuing dual-socket, quad-socket and x86 servers, according to a new end-user study by Gabriel Consulting Group. This tip by Gabriel founder Dan Olds shares more findings about your potential customers' purchasing trends in the data center.

Use this information to target hot areas that can create new opportunities for your business this year, even in a down economy.

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