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re: Dis-ARMing the data center – Separating myth from reality
bruzzer2   12/17/2012 7:36:54 AM
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Solely considering Intel Xeon production, the total Sandy Bridge E Series market for dense ARMs on Blade is 113,594,361 units valued at $72,395,536,747 revenue potential. Xeon 12xx/24xx/26xx production volume priced less than $250 = 7,466,263 units. Xeon 12xx/24xx/26xx/46xx production volume priced less than $625 = 24,451,308 units. Mike Bruzzone Camp Marketing

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