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Startup Calxeda has a big idea: use cell phone chips to create low-power servers. Reducing energy consumption is something that data center operators are increasingly paying attention to as a way to lower costs and Calxeda will be rolling out its product in 2012.

Karl Freund, Calxeda

Karl Freund, CalxedaStartup Calxeda has a big idea: use cell phone chips (and the ARM architecture) to create low-power servers. Reducing energy consumption is something data center operators and Internet companies are increasingly paying attention to as a way to lower costs and Calxeda (basically a chip company) will be rolling out its product in 2012. While other companies are using various low power technologies — from software to other low power chips — to reduce the energy consumption of servers, Calxeda thinks ARM is the way to go. What do you think? Check out my video interview with Calxeda’s VP Marketing Karl Freund:

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  1. Forbrukslån Friday, May 13, 2011

    Exciting idea! If that really work.. I guess people will save alot of money.Looking forward to hear more about it.

  2. Michael Long Friday, May 13, 2011

    Android blade servers, anyone?

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