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The Best Servers for Linux in 2013

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Linux may be reaching new heights every day in desktop and mobile computing, but if there's any domain in which its might has long been undisputed, it's servers.

To wit: Linux is now used to run about a third of all websites, W3Techs reports. Linux servers in general now represent 20.4 percent of all server revenue, according to IDC. Then, of course, there's supercomputing, in which it claims a full 94 percent of the world's Top 500.

Which of the many servers on the market are best for Linux? Here are the ones we think look best in 2013.

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