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ARM Experiments with Server Chip Design

Known for the processors it supplies to mobile-phone makers, ARM is trying out some low-powered chips for possible use in servers.
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Performance Problem in AMD's Phenom II X6 Under Linux

The Linux kernel is unable to handle one of the features in AMD's new hexa-core processor, causing the CPU to only reach its maximum performance after patches have been applied...
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Cray Releases Highly Scalable, More Inclusive Super-Linux

We'd all love to have a supercomputer, but sadly, most of us will never have the chance to put that much umph in our computing. If you happen to be in the market for a sweet little Linux box with a half-million cores or so, though... 
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How Blade Servers Have Evolved

Blade servers are popular today, but they've changed considerably from the original concept.
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IBM, Dell, HP Adopt Intel 6-Core Chip for IT, Games

Both server and game box suppliers are deploying Intel's 6-core processor.
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