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New ‘Server on a Chip’ Aims to Lighten Up Cloud Hardware

November 4, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

Servers don’t just cost money. They also cost space and power. In order to address those issues, a company called Calxeda is developing EnergyCore, a so-called server on a chip. It’s taking notes from a sector in which space conservation and the optimization of power consumption are top priorities: the cellphone industry.

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