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When IBM sold off its System x division to Lenovo Group in the fall of 2014, some big supercomputing centers in the United States and Europe that were long-time customers of Big Blue had to stop and think about what their future systems would look like and who would supply them. It was not a foregone conclusion that the Xeon- …


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  1. Aristotles slow and dimwitted horse Silver badge

    Perhaps I'm the only one...

    But I think they deserve a round of applause. Their approach, expected results and ability to deliver has been based on a well hedged, honest and very pragmatic set of expectations. This approach goes down well with the HPC crowd, and in the end was where IBM kind of started to lose it; and where both HP and DELL could still do better (although it is to be noted that neither are doing "badly" in the same space).

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