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The State of Server Technology: 2010 to 2012

As more companies turn to virtualization and private clouds, they're also taking a look at the server technology in their data centers. This is leading to a boost for the server market. Find out why in this look at the state of server technology, from 2010 to 2012.
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When it comes to evaluating servers, what was important in 2010 has remained important, for the most part. Configuration again ranked 4.3 on a scale of 1-5 (five being most important) to lead the list of server evaluation criteria according to the "State of Server Technology." That was followed by processor architecture (4.1, as in 2010) and cost of initial purchase (also 4.1).

The only changes were found in the importance of ROI, which slipped from 4.1 to 4, and the form factor, which went from a ranking of 4 to 3.9

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