During Intels annual investor day on Thursday, CEO Paul Otellini outlined the companys plan to leverage its multi-billion-dollar chip fabrication plants, thousands of developers and industry sway to catch up in the lucrative mobile device sector, reports Forbes. via Intel looks to build ultra-efficient mobile chips Apple cant ignore (Apple Insider) But what you are seeing… Continue reading Intel looks to build ultra-efficient mobile chips Apple cant ignore
SeaMicro’s latest server includes 384 Intel Atom chips, and each chip has two “cores,” which are essentially processors unto themselves. This means the machine can handle 768 tasks at once, and if you’re running software suited to this massively parallel setup, you can indeed save power and space. via How Google Spawned The 384-Chip Server… Continue reading How Google Spawned The 384-Chip Server | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
Quanta versus SeaMicro and Intel versus Tilera, these are the match-ups in the the competition for low power draw and high density in the data center of the future. What kind of exotic tools is it going to take to outfox companies like Amazon, Google and Microsoft in the hegemony of cloud computing?
The base configuration of the original SM10000 came with 512 cores, 1 TB of memory, and a few disks; it was available at the end of July last year and cost $139,000. The new SM10000-64 uses the N570 processors, for a total of 256 chips but 512 cores, the same 1 TB of memory, eight… Continue reading SeaMicro drops 64-bit Atom bomb server • The Register