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The Xeon processor D product family addition also means big things for Intel's Internet of Things strategy.
Expectations that as many as one in five servers shipped could be a microserver don't have a chance of being met based on current demand, says chipmaker Intel.
Now that IBM has sold its Intel-based server business to Lenovo, Big Blue is taking the gloves off and trying to take business from the chip giant by positioning its Power8 processors as a more open option.
HP said the incentive is designed to give smaller businesses the ability to adopt server virtualization for less cost and physical footprint than dedicated storage hardware.
The partnership also marks a first for all parties involved being that SoftLayer will be the first cloud vendor to sell bare metal cloud servers deployed with Intel monitoring and security tools.
Better power and performance of DDR4 technology is a critical requirement for the growing enterprise computing market and DDR4 delivers a power improvement of up to 35 percent compared to DDR3.
Intel has launched its new Xeon E5-2600 processor range for dual-socket servers and workstations, which introduces performance and energy efficiency improvements over the previous generation.
Intel execs argue that today's infrastructure for networks, servers, and storage are strained. The processor giant reasserts it can fix the problem.
Demand for low-power processors has driven Intel to push the power consumption of its E3 family of servers to below 15W.
AMD wants to be more than just an alternative to Intel. It wants to lead ARM's gains in the data center as 2014 shapes up to be a pilot year for hyperscale servers.
Servers are fun again as Intel and HP pitch new architectures for the datacenter. Server market upheaval is sure to follow---and probably rhyme with what the PC industry has seen.
If you want really fast Linux drive I/O for your data-center servers, Intel has a new program for you.
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.
In the short term, ARM chips will continue to have a low-power advantage over processors from x86 chipmakers like Intel and AMD, but eventually this advantage will disappear, according to AMD.
In preparation for taking on Intel in servers and storage ARM has developed a new networking technology for its chips that lets them reach higher core counts than before while being able to effectively pass information across the chip.
As the world moves on from the latest iPhone announcement, there was news about Intel, Klout, YouTube and Windows Server 2012.
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.
The two companies have signed a memorandum of understanding promising to co-operate further on server, datacentre, storage and cloud computing products.
Initial adoption of microservers has been very industry specific, but Intel is expecting uptake from more enterprise customers within the next five years.
Dell's server sales could be a problem in the second quarter. Why? Cloud vendors are building their own servers with the latest Intel chips or going white box.
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