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Xserve may help Apple beyond graphics, digital media

updated 05:30 pm EST, Tue March 1, 2005

Xserve may help Apple

Macs are still going strong in the graphics and digital media markets, and now the Xserve may help as well, according to ComputerWorld: "Yet despite significant efforts by Windows suppliers, Apple still remains a dominant player in vertical market segments such as publishing and digital media. And with the growing popularity of its low-cost Xserve Unix servers, Apple has an opportunity to compete head-to-head with industry leaders like Dell Inc. inside the data center for general-purpose applications such as e-mail and Web serving....Not surprisingly, according to research from New York-based TrendWatch, 83% of graphic designers, 77% of corporate design departments and 65% of advertising agencies rely on Macintosh computers. And publishers also continue to depend on Apple's machines."




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  1. luxuryluke

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    XServes

    XServes ROCK. We swear by them here.

  1. history1me

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    XSERVERS

    What type of company and size are you?

  1. l008com

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    I'd love an Xserve. But they are so expensive, I had to make an older G4 tower my first Company Server. But my next server will be an Xserve no doubt.

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