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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 …

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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 ....)

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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....

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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.

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There will be probably be Intel versions of the cartridges as well.

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