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'Fickle Dell!' - or at least we think that's what Unisys was saying...
On the eve of the launch of a more powerful version of Unisys' 32-processor Intel server, Dell delivers a body blow to Unisys' server dreams: It won't be selling the CMP system as planned.
Near constitutional crisis presents a golden opportunity for someone to develop a foolproof voting system.
Dell Computer Corp. is hooking up with Unisys to market a 32-processorserver early next year based onthe Unisys Cellular Multiprocessing architecture.
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