Guess who else wants to build ARM-based servers? Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments will join the slew of chipmakers using cell-phone cores in servers. But it has two twists with its KeyStone architecture -- integrated 10 gigabit Ethernet networking and TI's digital signal processing cores to aid in performing complex math.…

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Dell wants to tune big data apps for ARM servers

Dell is donating an ARM-based server to the Apache Software Foundation so contributors can test their projects on new, energy-efficient hardware architectures. Big data projects such as Hadoop and Cassandra are low-hanging fruit, but many webscale applications likely could use them to save power.…

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