5 responses

  1. Kelly Clowers
    June 18, 2013

    >legacy networking including integrated 10GbE

    Uh, how is 10GbE or hell, even 1GbE, “legacy”?

  2. Sander
    June 19, 2013

    I read AMD is targeting *Atoms* with these ARM-CPUs. So my question is: how big is the Atom-server-business? Where is that used? Web hosting?

    With VPSes on big Intel server-CPUs, I really wonder about the market of mini-CPUs (like Atom and ARM) for servers in general. I’ve seen a public for rented services on Atom …

  3. Sander
    June 19, 2013

    @Sander Correction: I’ve NOT seen a public for rented services on Atom …

  4. cnxsoft
    June 19, 2013

    @Kelly Clowers
    I guess in the server space 10GbE might be “legacy”, as some other ARMv8 servers tout 100 GbE.

    The Microserver concept is quite new (I think), and AFAIK, Intel has just started to provide Atom server chips. That may be why there’s not many offers yet.

    In their press release AMD said “Seatlle” is for “1P Web/Enterprise Service Clusters” whatever that means.

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