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HP's ProLiant ML110 G7 is an entry-level server is aimed at small and midsize businesses with limited IT resources and everyday office needs. It runs on Intel Xeon processors and pricing starts at $710.

HP aims to capture the trend among small businesses of stepping up to a first server earlier in the company lifecycle than in years past. Whereas SMBs once made their first server purchase when they hit the 50-employee mark, nowadays the increasing number of budget-conscious servers is causing 10-employee firms to take the plunge.

Related:
HP Jumps On SMB Virtualization Bandwagon

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