Without a true dual-core server chip to play with, Dell has decided to push a dual-core desktop Pentium as far as it can go.
Dell this week announced two more PowerEdge servers running on Intel’s dual-core Pentium D processor. The PowerEdge 830 tower server and PowerEdge 850 rack mount box join the PowerEdge SC430 that Dell started selling in July. All three servers use Intel’s dual-core processor meant for desktop systems.
Read the complete story. (The Register)