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China's Godson processors to power servers in 2014

2/20/2013 09:53 AM EST
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???   4/3/2013 10:05:30 AM
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Lenovo????????;70??????,??300W,???????????????!????????????????,Linux+??5W,???Intel+AMD+Mcrosoft???Server??,?????,???????????,?????PC??Server? google??: Lenovo, Dell immediately want to change the core; 70 million people with Internet access, each 300W Who can afford? Do not be Li Guojie to Fudge it! He is a true intentions are not disclosed. The Linux + Godson 5W, I believe, can beat Intel + AMD + Mcrosoft,. The Server market, must be closed down, had to dismantle most of the telecommunications room, in the future every PC is Server.

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