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Calxeda gets $55M as ARM-based servers near reality

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Calxeda, the Austin, Texas-based chip firm that’s using cell phone chips to build servers, has raised $55 million more from new investors that include Austin Ventures, Vulcan Capital as well as the firm’s existing investors. The company, which just this month said its servers would be in production by the...
Calxeda gets $55M as ARM-based servers near reality

AMD Will Build 64-bit ARM based Opteron CPUs for Servers, Production in 2014

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Last year AMD officially became an ARM licensee, although the deal wasn't publicized at the time. Fast forward to June 2012 and we saw the first fruits of that deal: AMD announced it would integrate ARM's Cortex A5 core into its 2013 APUs to enable TrustZone support. Today comes...
AMD Will Build 64-bit ARM based Opteron CPUs for Servers, Production in 2014

Who Would Buy AMD? A Tough Question With No Easy Answers

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With the chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices once again on the ropes and about to make some significant cuts its personnel, and chatter about a major restructuring in the works, the rumor mills will inevitably turn once again to the speculation about who if anyone might interested in buying it. It...
Who Would Buy AMD? A Tough Question With No Easy Answers

Xeon-Alternative Startup SeaMicro Now Selling Xeons

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The startup best known for shaking up the server market by building systems with an alternative to Intel's high-powered Xeon processors has found a new chip for its products: Intel's high-powered Xeon processor....
Xeon-Alternative Startup SeaMicro Now Selling Xeons
Calxeda Raises $55 Million For ARM-Based, Low Powered Server Chips

China's Huawei eyes bigger share of server market with new Tecal V2 products

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China's Huawei Technologies, best known as a telecommunication equipment supplier, is making a greater push into the server market as the company faces the challenge of boosting its brand awareness among enterprise customers....
China's Huawei eyes bigger share of server market with new Tecal V2 products
Dell hopes to jumpstart ARM server market with new hardware initiative

AMD's new Opteron processors target the cloud

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To break its slump in the server market, Advanced Micro Devices is embarking on an aggressive strategy that calls for ARM and x86 chips by 2014 and continued improvements to its Opteron line in the meantime....
AMD's new Opteron processors target the cloud
Microchips: Russian Chip Gurus ARM Intel Rivals With Secret Weapon

Hitachi adds Amazon Web Services to cloud lineup in Japan

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Hitachi said Monday it will officially support Amazon Web Services as part of its cloud solution offerings, a victory for Amazon over rival Microsoft Azure.Amazon and Microsoft have long been locked in competition for the Japanese cloud server market. Many large, traditional Japanese firms tend to stick with long-time...
Hitachi adds Amazon Web Services to cloud lineup in Japan

IDC: Server market revenue down 7.7 percent in Q1

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Server revenue worldwide was down 7.7 percent year-over-year in the first quarter, as weak economic conditions and server consolidation by customers slowed sales, according to research firm IDC.Revenue in the market dropped to US$10.9 billion in the quarter, the fifth-time in the last six quarters the server industry saw...
IDC: Server market revenue down 7.7 percent in Q1

HP teams with Intel on Gemini extreme low-energy servers

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Hewlett-Packard is jumping ahead in the low-energy server market with the introduction of Intel Atom-based Gemini....
HP teams with Intel on Gemini extreme low-energy servers
EMC and NetApp: This Startup Wants to Kill Your Closed Model for Storage
ARM Servers Get a Fluffy OpenStack Test-Bed in the Cloud

AMD's Acquisition of SeaMicro Puts Intel on the Defensive

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Intel suffered a setback in the server market this week with the news that its former partner, SeaMicro, is being acquired by AMD. But the world's top chip maker......
AMD's Acquisition of SeaMicro Puts Intel on the Defensive

What Web Users Need to Know About SPDY

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Slowly but surely, SPDY ("speedy") is becoming more widely used. The Google-backed protocol, a modification to HTTP, is designed to help reduce latency and bolster security. Even if you don't manage a Web server yourself, you should know about SPDY and what it offers to you - and the...
What Web Users Need to Know About SPDY

Shuttleworth highlights server growth as Ubuntu overtakes RHEL on top websites

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Ubuntu founder Mark Shuttleworth wrote a blog post today pointing out that the popular Linux distribution has seen an increase in enterprise server adoption over the past year. He published a graph which indicates that Ubuntu deployments have surpassed those of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) among the top...
Shuttleworth highlights server growth as Ubuntu overtakes RHEL on top websites

New server-class SSDs from Samsung and Intel reach 800GB, up to 800MB/sec

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Solid state drives are becoming more important in the server world. Not only are there significant performance gains compared to hard drives, but the price and capacity are becoming feasible for an increasing number of companies. While spinning disks are still cheaper and larger capacity, the gap is shrinking. The...
New server-class SSDs from Samsung and Intel reach 800GB, up to 800MB/sec

Does SUSE Linux Have A Future?

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Remember SUSE? Way back when it was the cutting-edge Linux distribution, and held its own with Red Hat. But that was a long time ago, long before Microsoft adopted it as its pet and Attachmate took it over as part of its Novell acquisition. With Red Hat dominating the enterprise Linux...
Does SUSE Linux Have A Future?

Server Shipments Up, but Global Economy Drags Revenue Down

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There’s good news and bad for server manufacturers in Gartner’s latest survey of their market. Server shipments are growing, but the revenue from those shipments is in decline. In the second quarter of 2012, worldwide server shipments charted a 1.4 percent increase year-over-year from the second quarter of 2011, according...
Server Shipments Up, but Global Economy Drags Revenue Down
AMD Snatches New-Age Server Maker From Under Intel

IDC: Server market revenue down 7.7% in Q1

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Server revenue worldwide was down 7.7% in the first quarter, as weak economic conditions and server consolidation by customers slowed sales, according to research firm IDC....
IDC: Server market revenue down 7.7% in Q1
Intel's new microserver chips and how it is beating its innovator's dilemma

Arm and Imagination Technologies jump after Samsung's Galaxy S4 launch

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iPhone supplier Arm shrugs off competition concerns while Imagination benefits from Samsung using its graphicsArm, supplier of chip designs to Apple's iPhone, has shrugged off the ballyhoo over the launch of rival Samsung's Galaxy S4.Its shares have added 22.5p to 945p as analysts at Jefferies raised Arm to buy from...
Arm and Imagination Technologies jump after Samsung's Galaxy S4 launch

New Advancement Gives ARM New Weapon To Challenge Intel Dominance In Server Market

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The x86 chip is an Intel crown jewel. It’s the processor for millions of servers around the globe. But now it appears that software has invaded the land of hardware yet again with the news that a group of Russian developers are building an emulation capability to run x86 servers...
New Advancement Gives ARM New Weapon To Challenge Intel Dominance In Server Market

The Building Is the New Server

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Image copyright Oleksiy MarkThe personal computer is dead. As quickly as we moved from the desktop to the laptop, we are moving to the tablet — never to return. With the death of the PC, an entire ecosystem dies with it. The chipset is ARM-based, rather than Intel. The operating...
The Building Is the New Server

Samsung laying groundwork for server chips, analysts say

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Samsung's recent licensing of 64-bit processor designs from ARM suggests that the chip maker may expand from smartphones and tablets into the server market, analysts said this week. Samsung last week licensed ARM's first 64-bit Cortex-A57 and Cortex-A53 processors, a sign the chip maker is preparing the groundwork to...
Samsung laying groundwork for server chips, analysts say

AMD's acquisition of SeaMicro puts Intel on the defensive

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Intel suffered a setback in the server market this week with the news that its former partner, SeaMicro, is being acquired by AMD. But the world's top chip maker said it was internally developing technology to remain competitive in the dense server market....
AMD's acquisition of SeaMicro puts Intel on the defensive
ARM Cortex-A15 explained: Intel's Atom is down, but not out

IBM may sell x86 server business to Lenovo, reports say

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IBM is in "advanced discussions" with Lenovo over a possible deal for it to purchase IBM's x86 server business, according to two news reports Thursday.Any such deal would reshape the massive x86 server market, which was worth US$35.8 billion last year and accounted for two-thirds of all server spending,...
IBM may sell x86 server business to Lenovo, reports say
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