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AMCC demos 64-bit ARM server chip

10/27/2011 09:27 PM EDT
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Neo10
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Neo10   10/28/2011 2:17:52 AM
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Nvidia, AMCC, Calxeda, HP, hmm.. surely the arena is hotting up in the pwoer efficient server space. Who would have imagined 5 years back that ARM would try to wiggle it's way into the enterprise space. A very bold step into Goliaths for the the little David. This opens up a lot of new oppurtunities for linux/windows based enterprise startups banking on ARM technology.

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krisi   10/27/2011 11:39:06 PM
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This is very interesting....AMCC getting into ARM server processor biz! Kris

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