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ARM backers jump on Facebook’s server bandwagon

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1/16/2013 06:00 PM EST
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rick merritt
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re: ARM backers jump on Facebook’s server bandwagon
rick merritt   1/16/2013 9:22:08 PM
The big news I didn't know about until today was Intel has 100G silicon photonics in engineering samples for inside and outside the rack. A new, hot PHY is coming. Stay tuned for details

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re: ARM backers jump on Facebook’s server bandwagon
Robotics Developer   1/16/2013 7:50:05 PM
I would welcome both the advancement of the ARM family into the server market and the open standards as well. I can't help but think that competition is good and will provide the end user with a better more cost effective systems solution. I wonder how quickly the 64 bit ARM offerings can come out and what initial impact to cost/performance they will have?

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