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Lenovo's New Enterprise Division Unveils First Server

Lenovo debuts its first enterprise server. The ThinkServer TD330 is built around Intel's Xeon E5-2400 processors it supports up to a maximum of 16 processor cores and 192GB RAM.

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Visualizing X.Org Server, Mesa Development

After looking at Wayland's development history this weekend, uploaded today are some visualizations that reflect upon the X11 Server's development as well as Mesa.

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On ARM Servers and Portable PCS, Linux Is Growing as a Pre-Loaded Option

When many of us think of Linux, we think of our own roll-your-own deployments of it on our own devices, but there is a fast-growing trend toward powerful companies with commercial interests driving desktop and server systems that run Linux. Linaro, the not-for-profit engineering organization developing open source software for the ARM architecture, has announced the formation of the Linaro Enterprise Group (LEG) and the addition of AMD, Applied Micro Circuits Corporation, Calxeda, Canonical, Cavium, Facebook, HP, Marvell and Red Hat as Linaro members. The powerful companies will work together on ARM servers that run Linux. 

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Linaro Creates ARM Enterprise Server Group

As enterprise class ARM processors are being readied, Linaro has announced a new enterprise group with new members to collaborate in sharing Linux developments for the future hyper-scale servers...

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GCC 4.8 Compiler On AMD's Eight-Core Piledriver

This month from CPUs based upon AMD's new Piledriver micro-architecture I have delivered results of compiler tuning on AMD's Open64 compiler as well as GCC bdver2 tuning. That initial testing from an AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core processor didn't show any big boost out of the "bdver2" target with the new BMI/TBM/F16C/FMA3...

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