Intel has revealed what technologies it has in store to serve the hyperscale datacentre at the Intel Developer Forum in Beijing.
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Low-power servers will grab 10 percent of the server market in the next three years, with Intel and ARM already positioning themselves for the coming battle.
ARM and Intel go head to head over the processors at the heart the datacentre, but can mobile chips really prevail against their established rivals?
The Intel Developer Forum will see Intel fight a major PR battle with arch-mobile-device-rival ARM, as well as try to fend off incursions into its datacentre territory from AMD and ARM.
HP has announced updates for its ProLiant Generation 8 server line, which HP has said increase datacentre automation, compared with previous HP servers.Five of the new servers, which are part of its HP's Project Voyager push will use Intel Xeon E5-2400 processors.
Intel has staged an executive shake-up that replaces its PC chip head, Mooly Eden, with datacentre expert Kirk Skaugen.In a sideways move, Mooly Eden, who ran the PC Client Group — Intel's largest division by revenue — will become general manager of research hub Intel Israel, the company announced on Friday.
The purchase of the networking specialist will help Intel broaden its portfolio of datacentre-focused products, giving it a range of high-performance processors for switches
Intel has launched its latest datacentre server chips and is positioning the Xeon 5600 family as an 'economic no brainer' for customers who have waited to upgrade
Intel is seeding industry and academia with a new manycore chip that shrinks many existing ideas onto a single piece of silicon
The company aims for the cloud with its next generation of datacentre-virtualisation tools called vSphere, and announces a new Intel deal
Intel’s upcoming new chip architecture, code-named Nehalem had a design based on a straightforward principle of modern system design. To run a computer you need a microprocessor and to run a very powerful computer, you need a lot of microprocessors stuck together.
Buyers are getting hot under the collar over rising temperatures in the datacentre, and server makers are increasingly deflecting the heat onto Intel
Dell has strengthened its relationship with Oracle to help continue its move into the enterprise datacentre with clustered Intel servers running on Linux
Peter Judge: Every server maker is focused on making Intel servers better datacentre citizens. Why not go all the way and make them fault-tolerant?
Compaq's Proliant range of Intel processor servers can take anywhere from 1 to 8 processors and run Microsoft Windows® 2000 & Windows NT, Novell Netware, Linux, SCO UnixWare. The ProLiant servers include: MLs - ML 770, DLs - DL 580, 8000 - 8500 DataCentre Solution, CL - CL 380 Packaged Cluster.
IBM has completed its merger with Sequent Computer Systems. The deal gives IBM rights to use Sequent's highly rated Non-uniform Memory Access (Numa) architecture for Intel-based symmetric multiprocessing datacentre servers.
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