Saturday, March 11, 2006

DELL will rescue Intel

Wow! Dell PowerEdge SC430 server with a dual die Pentium D 820 CPU, 256 MB DDR2, 80GB HD, GbE, Cd-ROm, all for only $243. Yes, not $599, not $499, not $399, not $299, but $243, two-four-three.

Did Intel give Dell the CPUs for free plus some $20 bills? I hope Dell stay 100% Intel as long as it can. Dell can drive HP, Acer, Lenovo and whitebox vendors out of business for sure, out of Intel business.

I predict that Dell may acquire Intel in two years. It works like this, Intel gives Dell CPUs for free, so Dell makes a lot of profit, times a big P/E ratio, stock goes through roof, then it buys Intel in a white knight rescue effort.

4 Comments:

Blogger netrama said...

What kind of crap is this "Dell PowerEdge SC430 server with a dual die Pentium D 820 CPU" ..
I wouldnt even recommend my enemy to get this ..even if it is free !! lol

4:40 PM, March 11, 2006  
Anonymous Whose Paranoid said...

Sharikou,

Just want to say thanks for the great postings and as for the SC400 Series by Dell, it is still nothing more than four-letter word hardware.

A year ago, I finally consented to a client to buy a Dell, and bought a SC420 and eventually took a Dremel to it and turned it into a decent MS 2005 MCE system.

http://whoseparanoid.blogspot.com/2005/05/one-of-my-latest-projects-ms-mce-2005.html

Most of those so-called servers wound up as cheap desktops- which they are.

7:10 AM, March 14, 2006  
Blogger Vo said...

Disclosure: I own AMD stock.

The article on DigiTimes is interesting, but has this offer actually come to light on Dell's web site? I don't see anything priced like this yet.


Beat down!

2:25 PM, March 14, 2006  
Blogger Sharikou, Ph. D said...

I found that folks take this "prediction" of Dell buying Intel far too seriously. Well, the scheme works, theoretically, like Dynagy could have bought Enron..

9:21 PM, March 23, 2006  

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