Hewlett-Packard is putting more ARM server processor options into its next-generation of "Project Moonshot" hyperscale servers - the latest one coming from Texas Instruments, which has been relatively quiet on the server front but plenty active in the ARM chip market at large. In a blog post, Tim Wesselman, senior director of …
I still want a couple of these to play with --
Thanks TPM, there was a time when I might have laid my hands on the NDA and had a good look at the hardware, however that time has passed.
Please however fix this:
1.2GHz and have 1MB of their own SRAM Leve1 2 cache, and the two
it made my eyeballs jitterbug for a couple moments sorting that typo out.
(not wanting to sound picky but ....)
Re: I still want a couple of these to play with --
Oh, man. That hurt my head too when I looked at it! Sorry, that....
If HP uses these, how much more money will HP need to pay Intel to keep the Itanium going? Surely using ARM won't make Intel happy.
There will be probably be Intel versions of the cartridges as well.
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