After a faltering start, blade servers are beginning to be taken seriously by companies looking to upgrade and rationalise their server infrastructure, but there are still problems to overcome
By Matt Loney
| October 6, 2003 -- 13:34 GMT (06:34 PDT)
| Topic: Servers
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