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The data center has blown up

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(L to R) Andrew Feldman of AMD, Barry Evans of Calexda, and Guido Appenzeller of Big Switch Networks(c)2012 Pinar Ozger pinar@pinarozger.com As we move into the age of webscale and cloud computing, the traditional data center architecture is blowing apart, according to executives of startups that have built new kinds...
The data center has blown up
Data Centers: Intel And AMD Follow In Footsteps of Mysterious Google Switch
Tablets and smartphones are driving demand for Intel's data center server chips

For Facebook, infrastructure concerns loom large

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Beneath all the Zynga games, timelines, likes and pokes, Facebook’s business relies on fast, reliable infrastructure. And infrastructure concerns figure heavily in the risks it faces as it goes public, according to Facebook’s newly released S-1 filing. To put it plainly: Facebook’s and ability to attract, retain and serve users is dependent...
For Facebook, infrastructure concerns loom large
Facebook Mulls New Breed Of Networking Gear

IBM Fires Back At Cisco With $2 Billion Smart Server Project (IBM, CSCO)

www.businessinsider.com
IBM is one-upping Cisco with new PureSystems servers introduced today. Actually, to call these things servers isn't fair to them. They are integrated systems that include the server, storage, and networking in one box. Cisco introduced this game-changing concept, the Unified Computing System in 2009. It was laughed at...
IBM Fires Back At Cisco With $2 Billion Smart Server Project (IBM, CSCO)
Netronome keeps things flowing with $19M for flow processing

SeaMicro adds Xeons to Atom smasher microservers

www.channelregister.co.uk
Now sporting brawny and wimpy cores For the past 18 months, SeaMicro, the upstart maker of microservers that are based on Intel's Atom processors, has heard from x86 competitors trying to keep it out of hyperscale data center server deals that the Atom cores are too wimpy to do heavy...
SeaMicro adds Xeons to Atom smasher microservers
Intel gives a name to its supercomputing chip with more than 50 brains
Nvidia poised to change gaming with cloud graphics chips
Microchips: Meet Atlas, ARM's New Superchip for Smartphones...and Servers
Intel's next Atom Bombs are aimed at the 'microserver' market
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