Dell-AMD Deal Won't Hurt Intel in Asia
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) may have scored a coup when Dell Computer finally decided to join the ranks of server makers which have adopted its processor. But the chipmaker still has some way to go before it can win over more conservative businesses in the Asia-Pacific region and rattle Intel's dominance, says IDC.
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