low-power server

low-power server

A server that is power efficient. It employs CPUs, memory and other components that burn less watts of power than their mainline counterparts. See Web-scale server.
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TYAN's GT62B-B5539 server platform features Intel[R] Xeon[R] processor D-1500, a low-power server SoC architecture, up to 16 cores, and 10x 2.
Separately, HP announced Project Moonshot , an effort to design low-power server technologies that, if successful, could enable data centres to use 89 percent less energy than they would with traditional x86 servers.
Many server and cloud-computing companies herald the mobile processor ecosystem as the inspiration for future low-power server offerings, and ARM is the current king of the mobile game.
The funds, which indicate that low-power server technology is achieving a stronger hold on the market, will be utilized to "accelerate adoption and innovation in the emerging market .
on Wednesday said its 4GB chip based on 50-nm class DRAM production technology has borne the world's first 32GB DDR3 Memory for low-power server operations.
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Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman announced on Thursday that the firm's first low-power server for hyperscale computing environments, developed under a project it calls Moonshot , will go on sale next quarter.
Compared to Intel's low-power server offerings, such as the Intel Atom N570 processors with a TDP 8.
According to a recently published report from 451 Research - From Brawny to Wimpy - The Rise of the Low-Power Server - owners of large-scale datacenters supporting Internet services and cloud computing are watching these developments closely.
The company is due to release a low-power server chip in the second half of the year code-named Centerton, and will follow that up next year with a part dubbed Avoton.
Samsung also now offers a 1Gb low-power DDR2 chip, allowing it to provide a complete range of 1GB to 8GB low-power server modules.
Chip maker Calxeda has received an investment to the tune of US$55 million to develop low-power server chips with ARM processors, the company is expected to announce today.