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AMD To Unify X86, ARM Systems With SkyBridge

Chip maker AMD wants the world to know that it is not just dabbling in ARM processors, but rather intends to make ARM chips peers to its X86 products. ...Full Article

AMD Sets “Seattle” ARM Server Chip Launch For Q4

Datacenters that are eager to test out 64-bit ARM server chips with their workloads are going to have to wait a bit longer than they might otherwise like to. ...Full Article

Peek Into AMD’s New Atlanta Glass House

Like many enterprises these days, chip maker AMD is looking to consolidate its myriad datacenters and smaller data closets to save operating expenses and to drive up the utilization ...Full Article

X86 System Sales Grow, Everything Else Shrinks

Sales of servers have always been tied very tightly to the regional and global economies and the ups and downs of various industries. But with the relentless pace of ...Full Article

Stacking Up Xeon E7 v2 Chips Against The Competition

Since Intel entered the server market formally in 1993, it has used its prowess in manufacturing and its ever-expanding sophistication in chip design to knock countless competitive chips out ...Full Article

AMD, Applied Micro Take Fabric Weaving 101 For ARM Server Chips

AMD and Applied Micro, the two biggest and most vocal of the remaining ARM server chip makers now that upstart Calxeda has shut down, have taken up weaving. Both ...Full Article

ARM Raises Server Chip Standard

A lot of things will have to come together before an ecosystem of processors and system makers coalesces around ARM processors. First, companies have to actually get 64-bit chips ...Full Article

AMD Etches “Warsaw” Opterons For Financial Services Friends

AMD is taking a trip down the Opteron 6300 lane one last time with the launch of the "Warsaw" variants of its high-end server processors. The company has been ...Full Article

HP Offers Exclusive Peek Inside Impending Moonshot Servers

Hewlett-Packard has staked a lot on its hyperscale Moonshot platform and has said from the beginning that it wanted to have a mix of processors and coprocessors so these ...Full Article

Invisible OpenCL and APU Chips Drive Acceleration

AMD has some stiff competition in the server space. The company thinks that the combination of CPUs and GPUs together, what it calls Accelerated Processing Units (APU), has a ...Full Article
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