One in the eye for Dell -- Project Moonshot adds new blade types: HP's customizable server chassis 'n' cartridge range is getting interesting. Now it offers a 64-bit ARM unit, optimized for Web cache and HPC workloads. HP claims it's the first top-tier vendor to sell such a beast from its standard price list. In a related announcement, Bill & Dave's gang also have a 32-bit ARM unit, optimized for media transcoding, deep-packet inspection, and other workloads that like DSP hardware. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers run cool and quiet.
Microservers may not make sense in every environment, but they're playing a role in providing space/cost savings and handling customized workloads for certain business needs. Here's a look at where the technology is now and where it's headed.
Dell kicked off its customer conference in Texas this week, almost exactly a year after it became a private company, and on Wednesday announced a new type of server that Michael Dell bragged has the most compute density of its kind.
Fiber Mountain is transforming data center infrastructure. A revolutionary fiber core enables direct connection of t critical data flows between resources, and leverages innovative virtualization, Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), Software Defined Network (SDN) capabilities to make data centers more agile. cost efficient and effective.
AnandTech ARM Challenging Intel in the Server Market: An Overview AnandTech For example, Andrew Feldman, the founder of micro server pioneer Seamicro and the former head of the server department at AMD stated: "In the history of computers, smaller,...
HP also announced a new HP ProLiant Moonshot ARM-64 Developer Program, which includes a production-ready platform that lets software developers develop, test and port applications to the 64- bit ARM-based server.
The new HP Moonshot System usually brings to mind a space exploration program. But for one of its first customers, CGG of Houston, Texas, Moonshot is key to efficiently processing information from deep underground to deliver images for oil and gas exploration.
HP Moonshot is a low-power server designed for distributed computing and processing big data. This 12-page guide will help you to deploy an OpenStack environment and the Cloud Foundry PaaS on top of HP Moonshot using Juju Charms. You will learn how to: install MaaS and assign roles to servers deploy OpenStack and configure a...
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