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Red Hat Launches ARM Partner Early Access Program for Partner Ecosystem
Design and Reuse (press release) / 7/31/14
RALEIGH, N.C. – JULY 30, 2014 – Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world's leading provider of open source solutions, today announced the launch of the Red Hat ARM Partner Early Access Program to enhance partner collaboration and facilitate ...
Red Hat Launches ARM Partner Early Access Program
CRN.in / 7/31/14
Gaurav Singh, Vice President, Technical Strategy, AppliedMicro, said, "For more than three years, Red Hat and AppliedMicro have collaborated on support for the 64 bit ARMv8 architecture within the Linux community, demonstrating open source technologies ...
AMD Launches ARM Server Developer Kit
eWeek / 7/31/14
The chip maker's offering includes its Opteron A100 "Seattle" SoC, its first chip based on the ARM architecture. Advanced Micro Devices officials, two years after announcing plans to make server chips based on ARM's architecture, is unveiling the first of those ...
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD) to Offer ARM Server Chips
HotStocked / 7/30/14
It's no secret that despite its best efforts, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (NYSE:AMD, AMD message board) is, by a wide gap, the laggard in the high-performance and server CPU space. Now the company is gearing up for a somewhat unconventional move in an effort to ... Even though Intel pushed out some low-power offerings running on the company's own architecture, ARM are the go-to name when looking for power-efficient chips. AMD has licensed a number of 64-bit server chip designs from ARM in an effort to ...
AMD's 64-bit ARM board points toward x86 coexistence
Computerworld / 7/30/14
The effort to unite x86 and ARM, called Project Skybridge, involves the development of a motherboard to which customers can attach chips based on either architecture. AMD already sells PCs, tablets and server chips based on the x86 architecture, and is ... AMD and Oracle are collaborating on an OpenJDK project called Project Sumatra, which will bring native CPU-GPU parallel execution to ARM servers with Java 9, which is due next year. Agam Shah covers PCs, tablets, servers, chips and semiconductors for IDG ...
Enter Seattle: AMD Delivers First 64-Bit ARM Server Chips
PC Magazine / 7/30/14
ARM's first 64-bit instruction set architecture has already made it into a host of smartphones, beginning with Apple's A7-powered iPhone 5s released last September. But ARM already dominates the application processors in mobile devices like smartphones.
AMD launches dev kit with 64-bit ARM-based server chips
Liliputing / 7/30/14
The Opteron A1100 Series processor is an ARM Cortex-A57 chip based on ARMv8 architecture. It's a 64-bit processor with up to 4 MB of shared L2 cache and 8MB of shared L3 cache, support for up to 4 memory modules, 8 Serial ATA 3 ports, 8 lanes of PCI ...
Red Hat aims to standardize Linux for 64-bit ARM servers
Computerworld / 7/30/14
IDG News Service - Red Hat has developed a version of the Linux operating system that can be used to test chips and associated hardware based on the ARMv8-A 64-bit architecture for servers with the aim of standardizing that market. Based on the ...
AMD's ARM: A Smart Move?
Motley Fool / 7/29/14
Regarding prospective clients, web-based companies that develop their own code – like Google and Amazon – may be willing to switch to the ARM architecture. Software and hosting companies like Microsoft and Rackspace would likely want to retain their ...
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