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As Nvidia and Asus demo an ARM-based (ARMH) Windows 8 tablet at Computex, Taiwan's MiTAC is...

As Nvidia and Asus demo an ARM-based (ARMH) Windows 8 tablet at Computex, Taiwan's MiTAC is announcing the first generally-available ARM server; like Dell's (DELL) ARM servers, which are available only to select customers, MiTAC's system relies on Marvell's (MRVL) Armada processors. ARM has set a goal of taking 5%-10% of the server CPU market, which is dominated by Intel's (INTC) Xeon and (to a lesser extent) AMD's Opteron chips, by 2016
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