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Canonical Partners with AMD for Ubuntu OpenStack Cloud Server

AMD is positioning its SeaMicro SM15000 as a cloud-in-a-box solution.


Tags: Ubuntu, Cloud server, AMD, Linux server, SeaMicro, Ubuntu LTS, OpenStack, cloud-in-a-box

AMD to Launch ARM-Based Opteron Server Chip in Late 2014

The company has begun sampling its "Seattle" SoC, a key part of its "ambidextrous computing" effort.


Tags: cloud computing, IT management, processors, AMD, IT infrastructure, SeaMicro, Verizon Wireless, SoC, hyperscale, ARM processors, microservers

AMD's SeaMicro Microservers Will Drive Verizon's New Cloud

Verizon is leveraging SeaMicro's SM15000 servers for compute and storage capabilities as well as the company’s Freedom fabric architecture.


Tags: data storage, cloud computing, processors, AMD, Verizon, IT infrastructure, SeaMicro, enterprise networking, microservers

AMD Updates SeaMicro Cloud Server with Ivy Bridge Xeons, Piledriver Opterons

The embattled chip maker sets its sights on Big Data and cloud servers with new SeaMicro hardware.


Tags: Cloud server, Xeon, AMD, Opteron, SeaMicro, hybrid cloud, big data

AMD Sets Sights on Web Services With New Opterons

AMD's plans for SeaMicro begin to crystallize as the company offers up new, low-power Opteron 3200s.


Tags: AMD, Opteron, SeaMicro

AMD Buys SeaMicro in a Bid to Capture Clouds

AMD to sell the startup's Intel processors-based cloud servers -- for now.


Tags: cloud computing, server hardware, AMD, SeaMicro

Microservers: Small Footprint, Powerful Punch

Microservers are inexpensive, power efficient and not to be confused with blade servers. Find out whether this latest data center staple is right for you.
Tags: Intel, Dell, SeaMicro, blade server, MicroServer

Tilera, Quanta Bank on Low-Power, High-Density Web Servers

The MIT-generated semiconductor startup finally has a partner and a position in the marketplace, one that sounds rather familiar.
Tags: LAMP, Intel, web server, SeaMicro, Tilera

SeaMicro Launches an Atom-Powered Cloud Computing Server

Startup SeaMicro says Intel's Atom processor, widely used in netbook computers, has more than enough juice to power Web servers serving up HTML pages.
Tags: cloud computing, server, Intel, Xeon, SeaMicro