eWeek: SeaMicro, Intel, Samsung Unveil Xeon-Based Microserver
SeaMicro, which has been selling low-power microservers running on Intel's Atom processors, is now rolling out its newest system powered by Xeon processors.
At a press event Jan. 31, SeaMicro CEO Andrew Feldman unveiled the SM10000-XE, a Xeon-based system with the same unique designed introduced by the company in 2010 that officials say will offer the same performance as 32 dual-socket servers, while consuming half the power and a third of the space. Combined with SeaMicro's current Atom-based servers, the SM1000-XE will enable businesses to run low-power, high-performing microservers throughout their environments.
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