The world's largest personal computer maker, introduced two low-priced server computers in it's continuing bid to convince customers that networks of PC-style machines can handle tasks generally reserved for much bigger ones reports Reuters.
Dell, which mainly sells its PCs to businesses, has had mixed success persuading corporations to use its products to run key programs.
According to one analyst, Dell has succeeded in preparing easy setup for the machines, the PowerEdge 6800 and 6850, which each can have up to four Intel chips.
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