AppliedMicro, Dell show off ARM server proof-of-concept

AppliedMicro (AMCC) has partnered with Dell to show off a proof-of-concept ARM server that relies on AppliedMicro's X-Gene CPU.

Dell says the server is being tested by selected customers. X-Gene is generally seen as having an early lead in the budding ARM server CPU market, but AMD, Marvell, and others aren't far behind.

Last month, AppliedMicro was one of several ARM server CPU vendors to offer its support for Facebook's Open Compute Project, an open-source initiative focused on creating cheap, dense, low-power servers (the kind beloved by Facebook and many other Internet companies).

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  • PrMi
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    Yet to be seen if APM can execute when it runs on a skeletal team of people who have been working hard while the top executives compensate themselves for achieving small milestones that have not made meaningful revenue.
    5 Feb 2014, 02:17 AM Reply Like
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