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[Techreport.com] Intel Atom CPU anchors ultra-dense HP server
A standard 4U rackmount enclosure measures 7" tall, 19" wide, and up to 24" deep. How many servers do you think you could cram in one of those? 20? 100? How about 288? That's the maximum density of Gemini, a high-density server spawned by HP's Project Moonshot initiative.
Each one of the "server cartridges" contains a server-optimized Intel Atom processor code-named Centerton. The 64-bit chip has hardware virtualization support and takes advantage of ECC memory, making it well-suited to enterprise environments. Although Centerton ...
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