HP to Start Using Calxeda Low-Power Server Technology

(Data Center Talk) — Hewlett Packard has struck a deal with Calxeda to start using their new Energy Core server technology in the new range of HP servers. The new technology is adapted from cell phone technology and is specially designed to consume less power which will enable date centers to greatly reduce their power consumption. The servers are based on the ARM chips which are currently used in many mobile devices like the iPad and iPhone and the next generation servers will be focusing on the growing popularity of cloud computing with their low-power designs.


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