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Calxeda Closes Shop, Attempts to Restructure

Jan 6, 2014 |

On December 19, 2013, news broke that Austin-based ARM server chip pioneer Calxeda had ceased operations. This came as a surprise to many, especially supporters of ARM servers as an alternative to x86 dominance. EnterpriseTech‘s Timothy Prickett Morgan reports that despite the closing, Calxeda’s technology could live on, depending on who is willing to purchase Read more…

HPC to Ride ARM’s Lengthening Tail

Jul 18, 2013 |

These past couple of weeks we’ve been looking at what some new additions to the HPC processor arsenal mean for the future of supercomputing–both commercially and in research. While much of the attention has been on Xeon Phi and GPUs, the subject of ARM, now that 64-bit is on the horizon, is also worth…

Dell Develops Second ARM Server Platform

Oct 30, 2012 |

Dell hands over its Calxeda ARM-based server platform to the Apache community.

Dell Develops Second ARM Server Platform

Oct 30, 2012 |

Dell hands over its Calxeda ARM-based server platform to the Apache community.

Penguin Joins Microserver ARMs Race

Oct 18, 2012 |

<img style=”float: left;” src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/Penguin_UXD1_server_small.jpg” alt=”" width=”92″ height=”75″ />Penguin Computing has launched its first ARM-based server platform. Known as the UDX1, the Penguin box is based on Calxeda’s latest ARM server chip, and is aimed at cloud computing, Web hosting, and, especially, data analytics – UD stands for Ultimate Data. The move puts Penguin into the front ranks of computer makers who are testing the waters for the burgeoning microserver market.

Calxeda Takes Aim at Big Data HPC with ARM Server Chip

May 31, 2012 |

<img style=”float: left;” src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/Calxeda_energycore_small.jpg” alt=”" width=”90″ height=”82″ />With Dell’s news this week of its renewed plans to bring ARM-based servers to datacenters and Intel’s recent unveiling of new Xeon CPUs aimed at ultra-low-power servers, the “microserver” marketplace is being primed for some commercial offerings. Chip startup Calxeda has been working to bring its own ARM-based SoC technology into the datacenter and, with the help of its OEM partners, the company is positioning the technology for its commercial debut.

Intel Charts Path to Microserver Business

Mar 17, 2011 |

Chipmaker unveils roadmap with Atom server chip.