AMD Opteron X-Series APUs running Fedora Linux are an important development for companies looking to transition to x86 APU servers but who don't want to introduce new tools and software platforms into the IT environments.
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The 4300 Series and 3300 Series processors are based on AMD's Piledriver architecture and, according to the chipmaker, are ideal for cloud providers, web hosts and SMBs.
AMD has introduced new gear based on technology picked up in its SeaMicro acquisition, which lets high-density servers manage vast quantities of storage, potentially transforming the cloud datacentre.
AMD has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Intel ally SeaMicro, giving the chipmaker a 'dense' server fabric to sell to large web companies
The company has begun shipping the 16-core Interlagos, the first in its wave of server processors built on its Bulldozer architecture, to server manufacturers
The PowerEdge R415 is a scalable yet affordable AMD Opteron-based 1U server. Beware, though, that this budget server can quickly turn costly if you pile on the options.
The five new server chips in the Opteron family are targeted at the three main areas for server deployment of scalable, high-performance and conventional workloads
Advanced Micro Devices launched updated Opteron server chips in a bid to play market share catch-up to Intel's Xeon platform.
The Dell PowerEdge R815's core density is impressive, setting it up neatly for virtualisation duties. Using AMD's 6000 series processors, it hits 48 cores across only four sockets, all in a 2U chassis.
Today sees Advanced Micro Devices launch its entry "Lisbon" Opteron 4100 server socket C32 processors.
The company has introduced four servers designed for intense computing environments, based on Intel's Nehalem-EX and AMD's Opteron processors
Dell launched four new servers---three powered by Intel's Nehalem EX processor and one by AMD's latest Opteron.
AMD has launched its new Opteron 6000 series server platform.
The ProLiant G7 line, using Opteron 6100-series processors, includes two rack-optimised servers and one 'skinless' server for very large-scale datacentre deployments
The updated processors, which come after Intel's recent chip launch, will be supported by HP, Dell and Acer
The low-power platform, formerly code-named Fiorano, offers server builders a combination of a six-core Opteron with a choice of three chipsets from AMD
Advanced Micro Devices has shipped a new Opteron chip that it is pitching as a processor alternative for servers that will be used in cloud computing infrastructure or "hyperscale" data centers.The Six-Core AMD Opteron EE processor operates at just 40 watts average CPU power (ACP), which compares with the 75 watts required by its predecessor.
AMD on Monday introduced its six-core Opteron chip for servers, also known as Istanbul, and positioned it as a value play for data centers looking for an easy way to expand and power efficiency. For AMD, the early launch of Istanbul is a positive development in its battle with Intel.
AMD on Monday delivered latest installment of its 45 nanometer quad-core Opteron line--a high efficiency extension of its flagship server chips.The company said that five Opteron HE processors are available in servers from HP and Rackable with Dell, Sun and others due later in the first quarter (statement, Techmeme).
The HP ProLiant DL585 G5 is a powerful server with a strong emphasis on reliability and serviceability that reduces overall device cost.
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