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Report: Microsoft is now appointing its own component suppliers for data center hardware

Microsoft has now invested over $3 billion across Europe to date and over $10 billion worldwide. Usually, Microsoft orders the server hardware from its ODM partners and the ODM partners choose the component suppliers. Today, Digitimes reported that Microsoft is now picking component suppliers directly to ensure quality. Apart from improved quality, Microsoft will be able […]
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