Memory and NAND foundry owner Samsung has bought a flash caching software startup called NVELO. The South Korean giant has gobbled up NVELO's technology, its products and its staff for an undisclosed amount and without revealing whether it is paying cash or using stock to do so. NVELO is privately owned and headquartered in …
Absolutely awesome. Hope you're right TPM
well there goes my support
For my Corsair accelerator, which works rather well I must say.
Simpler than Intel's SRT
the latest Linux Kernel has generic ARM compatibility built in. ARM servers? Let's go.
" an indication that Samsung may be developing its own server products?"
Shouldn't that say "may once again be developing"?
I'm reasonably sure that before politics caused DEC's Alpha to be abandoned, Samsung were not only building Alpha chips, but Alpha system boards too. Not commodity microATX either, multi-socket SMP-ready stuff such as the UP2000.
1999: Dual EV6(21264): ftp://ftp.uni-duisburg.de/Hardware/Alpha/alpha2000.pdf
Re: missing word
Developing? more like buying the technology. Since when has Samsung ever invented anything useful?
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