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SeaMicro Drops 64-bit Atom Bomb Server

If SeaMicro has been “awash in business” as company founder, Andrew Feldman, tells El Reg it has been in the wake of last June’s launch of the 512-core, 10U Atom-based SM10000 server, then the company had better batten down the hatches and prepare for the deluge. Because today SeaMicro is shipping the second generation of its ultra-dense integrated server/switch/load balancing platform based on a 64-bit version of Intel’s Atom processors.

 

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