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IBM And Lenovo Data Center Strategies, Two Years After The Sale

IBM and Lenovo closed on the sale of IBM’s x86 server business to Lenovo two years ago. It’s hard to find examples where the transfer of assets between two direct competitors work out well for both, but here we are, two years later....
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