First ARM-based blade servers

by George Chetcuti [Published on 7 Nov. 2011 / Last Updated on 7 Nov. 2011]

With ARM announcing its 64-bit ARM architecture for servers and HP launching its 32-bit ARM-based server range, the feat towards a greener IT will take a big leap. The HP Redstone Server Development Platform is the first in a line of HP server development platforms that feature extreme low-energy server processors. Initially incorporating Calxeda EnergyCore ARM Cortex™ processors, but future Redstone versions will include Intel Atom-based processors as well as others. HP Redstone is designed for testing and proof of concept. HP is working with Linux vendors to provide the necessary software support for its server range.
For more information go here:
http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press_kits/2011/MoonshotInfrastructure/index.html

With ARM announcing its 64-bit ARM architecture for servers and HP launching its 32-bit ARM-based server range, the feat towards a greener IT will take a big leap. The HP Redstone Server Development Platform is the first in a line of HP server development platforms that feature extreme low-energy server processors. Initially incorporating Calxeda EnergyCore ARM Cortex™ processors, but future Redstone versions will include Intel Atom-based processors as well as others. HP Redstone is designed for testing and proof of concept. HP is working with Linux vendors to provide the necessary software support for its server range.

For more information go here:

http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press_kits/2011/MoonshotInfrastructure/index.html

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