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HP launches ARM-based blade servers with Linux support
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| HP launched its Redstone server range using low-power processors from both
| Intel and ARM vendor Calxeda. HP claims Redstone servers are designed for
| testing and proof-of-concept, presumably the concept that it can produce ARM-
| based servers.
| The Calxeda Energycore processors in HP's Redstone servers are 32-bit
| processors designed for massively parallel workloads with an 80Gbits/s
| crossbar between processors. Calxeda claims that when the chip is mated to 4GB
| of RAM the whole setup consumes just 5W under load and idles at 0.5W.
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