Officials with Calxeda, the startup that's building ARM-based chips for low-power data center servers, announced a & Trailblazer& program designed to create an ecosystem around its technology. But, while Calxeda touted support from Ubuntu Linux sponsor Canonical, among other companies, there's been no hint from Microsoft that it will create a server edition of its ARM-based & Windows 8.& ...
June 14, 2011
Calxeda Announces ARM Server Alliance
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