SeaMicro Server Powered By Hundreds of Intel Atom Chips

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jun 16, 2010


Server startup, SeaMicro, has announced a new server that is designed to offer an alternative to more power-hungry microprocessors. According to this PC Magazine report, the SM10000 server can use up to 512 Intel Atom chips and is the result of three years' engineering.


The SM10000 server can use up to 512 Intel Atom chips as an alternative to more power-hungry microprocessors.

"Aimed at Internet companies and HPC organizations, the server is the result of three years' engineering, according to SeaMicro CEO Andrew Feldman.

"'On the Internet, the problems that need to be solved are much smaller problems,' Feldman said. 'Atom is really good at these ordinary problems, but doesn't do as well with the harder problems.'"

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