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Plenty of people use ARM processors in large servers - I've set up a server with (at least) six StrongARMs in it. Admittedly, the 64-bit RISC CPUs were doing more of the complicated work than the 32-bit ones :-)

Based on experience, I wouldn't buy an IBM server if given the choice (though I have been known to spend serious money on some of their peripherals).

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