The company has begun sampling its "Seattle" SoC, a key part of its "ambidextrous computing" effort.
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The chip maker is looking to show the strength of the software ecosystem around heterogeneous computing processing.
Government officials reportedly are worried that buying servers from a Chinese company may endanger national security.
Advanced Micro Devices is progressing on its plans to move all of its North American data centers into a single 153,000-square-foot facility near Atlanta.
Lenovo looks to assure striking Chinese workers that the company will not slash wages or benefits once it takes over IBM's x86 server business.
IBM, which is selling its x86 server unit to Lenovo, saw large declines in both server revenue and shipments, the analyst firm says.
The high-end systems are designed to tackle data-intensive workloads like big data, business intelligence and analytics and to challenge RISC systems.
The group aims to extend the reach of IBM's Power architecture by licensing the chip design to companies for servers and storage systems.
Only those customers with systems under warranty will get access to firmware updates, which had been offered for free.
Company officials say they expect the microserver will help fuel the expansion of the ecosystem around ARM-based servers.
At the Open Compute Summit, the chip maker also unveiled a developer kit designed to encourage companies to build to the SoC.
Calxeda officials said the company was too early to market, and that its products were not generating enough revenue to keep it afloat.
At Dell World, the vendor announces partnerships with Red Hat, Microsoft and Google, eschewing building its own public cloud.
The upcoming "Knights Landing" chip will bring significant improvements in performance, memory and interconnect, Intel officials said.
HP will begin selling 32-bit and 64-bit ARM-powered versions of its low-power Project Moonshot servers early next year.
The system maker will show off the server during ARM's TechCon event, where much of the attention will be ARM technology in the data center.
The new RD540 and RD640 will be armed with Intel's new Xeon E5-2600 v2 processors and will come with new capabilities, like an extra PCIe slot.
Verizon is leveraging SeaMicro's SM15000 servers for compute and storage capabilities as well as the company’s Freedom fabric architecture.
The hardware manufacturer is taking on the likes of Dell, HP and IBM in an effort to become a major player in the x86 server market.
The Xeon E5-2600 v2 lineup includes almost two-dozen chips for not only servers but also storage and networking systems.
The Cisco executive’s comments reflect differences in approaches by Cisco and VMware after the virtualization vendor’s introduction of NSX.
The company’s NSX virtual networking offering pulls its own technology and that from Nicira into a single solution.
CEO Meg Whitman says that large scale-out data center operators, including Chinese search giant Baidu, are eying the vendor's low-power microservers.
x86-based systems running in the same enclosure as Intel Itanium-based servers are a step closer to reality following the hardware vendors' latest partnership.
A new compute cluster for the Red Hat-sponsored Fedora Project gives ARM processors bragging rights over Intel.