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"There are four families of products under the Thunder brand. One is specifically targeted at servers. Others target storage and security appliances and networking."
This is what does not make sense. Volume servers in the datacenter run all those applications today. E.g the same server could run map/reduce (hadoop) and also run generic web-tier applications. It appears that cavium is proposing to fragment the datacenter and have the operators chose between their different offerings and convert volume severs into appliances that can only run specific appliances?? That is a tall order.
@Servernut: Going back to my notes I see Cavium left itself some quibble room, saying its core "supports optimized OOO."
Btw, Rick, what other points in your article are inaccurate "quibbles-room" from Cavium that you are merely repeating? Been reading your articles for sometime and you are usually good about sniffing out marketing FUD.
It may be that MIPS and Arm are geared for different markets, but given that Cavium is making basically the same computer chip with MIPS cores and with Arm cores, it would be interesting to see benchmark results from the two processors.
It would be a real apples-to-apples comparison. Which core is faster?
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