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Dell Donates Concept ARM Server to the ASF

Dell and Calxeda have donated a concept ARM-based server to the Apache Software Foundation. With the server, ASF developers can build and test software like Hadoop, Cassandra and the Apache Server on ARM architecture...

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AMD: Low Power 'Kabini' APUs on Track for 2013 Launch

Despite a disappointing fourth quarter and having to shed 15 percent of its workforce, AMD is still on track to deliver its new low power "Kabini" APU featuring 28-nanometer "Jaguar" cores during the first half of next year.

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Calxeda Sees the Future in 32-bit ARM

Calxeda buck the ARM server trend by focusing on their 32-bit product...

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Mellanox Brings Software-Defined Networking to SwitchX-2 Chips

Over at The Register, Timothy Prickett Morgan writes that networking chip and switch maker Mellanox Technologies is ramping up its efforts to play in the software-defined networking (SDN) world. With the new SwitchX-2 chips, the company will create its own OpenFlow controller and work to ensure that its switches work well with controllers from other vendors. 

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ARM Server Start-Up Calxeda Gets $55M Cash Infusion

The funding doubles Calxeda's war chest as investors bet on the hardware specialist's low-power ARM-based servers as a good fit for the datacentre.

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