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OpenMDTK - Host Based Provisioning

For the last week, I have been working on adding Intel AMT Host Based Provisioning (HBP) to the Open Manageability Developer Tool Kit (MDTK) and this afternoon, I posted version v0.077 with that feature added in. For people who don't know, Host Based Provisioning is a quick and easy way to setup Intel AMT 6.1 and higher. You need to be administrator on the local machine and have Intel AMT 6.1 or higher. With the new 0.77 version...

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Data Deduplication with Linux

Lessfs offers a flexible solution to utilize data deduplication on affordable commodity hardware.

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Rugged AMC Module Taps Dual-Core 1.2GHz QorIQ

Kontron announced its first AdvancedMC (AMC) processor module equipped with Freescale Semiconductor's QorIQ processors. The single-width, Linux-ready AM4120 module incorporates: a dual-core, 1.2GHz QorIQ P2020 processor with extended longevity support; up to 4GB soldered DDR3 SDRAM; four SERDES lines; three gigabit Ethernet channels; flexible boot options; and under 17-Watt power...

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Dual-Threading QorIQs Tap 64-bit, 28nm e6500 Core

Freescale Semiconductor announced a series of 28nm-fabbed QorIQ multicore processors, featuring a 64-bit PowerPC core clocked up to 2.5GHz. The Linux-ready Advanced Multiprocessing (AMP) QorIQ series will debut in early 2012 with the T4240, offering 12 cores dual-threaded to 24 virtual cores, numerous acceleration engines, and cascading power management, says...

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Intel Takes Wraps Off 50-Core Supercomputing Coprocessor Plans

Intel's Larrabee GPU will finally go into commercial production next year, but not as a graphics processor. Instead, the part will make its debut in a 50-core incarnation fabbed on Intel's 22nm and aimed squarely at one of the fastest growing and most important parts of NVIDIA's business: math coprocessors for high-performance computing (HPC).

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