density servers

density servers

AMD and ARM partner up to battle Intel in the server space

AMD launches low-power Opterons to take on Atom in microservers

arstechnica.com
AMD has launched a pair of low-power Opteron-brand processors for use in high-density servers. Codenamed Kyoto, the two processors, X2150 and X1150, each use four Jaguar cores—the same cores that will be used in the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and AMD's recently launched Kabini and Temash mobile processors. The chip...
AMD launches low-power Opterons to take on Atom in microservers
AMD launches small-core x86 server chips for microservers

AMD buys SeaMicro, starts selling Intel-based servers

www.extremetech.com
In an unprecedented move that suggests that there might be life in the old dog yet, AMD has acquired SeaMicro, a company that builds high-density, low-power servers using Intel CPUs. The deal cost AMD $334 million ($281M in cash), a fairly sizable chunk of change when you consider that its...
AMD buys SeaMicro, starts selling Intel-based servers
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