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Tux Machines (TM)-specific
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.