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At the initial OpenPower Summit last year, the industry consortium innovating around the open-sourced Power processor architecture had fewer than 20 systems on display on the stage and about 130 members on the roster. At the second annual event last week, as officials with the OpenPower Foundation...
SAN JOSE, Calif.—Nvidia for much of its two-plus decades of life made most of its money by manufacturing and selling GPUs for gaming systems. While the bulk of the company's revenues still come from its mainstream graphics technologies, Nvidia over the past several years has been aggressively...
The alliance was only part of the news coming out of the OpenPower Summit that shows the growth of the open-source group since it launched in 2013.
The new offerings and resale plans are the latest moves by a major systems OEM in an increasingly competitive part of the data center market.
HPE also is introducing its new Persistent Memory technology on two of its ProLiant systems that is designed to speed up database workloads.
The Xeon E5-2600 v4 processors are key to creating software-defined IT environments to accelerate businesses' move to the cloud, officials say.
The HC 380 is the latest entrant into a growing market that recently saw vendors like Cisco, Lenovo and Juniper jump in.
Linaro's Development Cloud gives programmers access to ARM-based systems, while Red Hat says its Linux OS for ARM servers runs on Qualcomm chips.