WSJ: IBM mulls sale of x86 server ops

IBM (IBM) is again exploring a sale of its low-end x86 server business, the WSJ reports, with Dell a potential a suitor.

IBM was in talks to sell the unit to Lenovo in Spring last year, but negotiations broke down over price. The Chinese company valued the operations at less than $2.5B.

The latest report comes after sales of IBM's x86 servers fell 18% on year in Q3 in what was a tough overall year for the company's hardware division.

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  • Benny.J.
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    Huawei would be another interesting option although, like Lenovo, it would kill any government or telco accounts in the US.
    20 Jan 2014, 06:28 AM Reply Like
  • DanoX
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    The long slow death of IBM continues.
    20 Jan 2014, 03:26 PM Reply Like
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