HP’s Moonshot server now packs 64-bit ARM chips
It’s been a long road getting there but Hewlett-Packard has become the first major vendor to add a 64-bit ARM server to its price list.
HP has added a 64-bit ARM chip as one of the options for Moonshot, a new type of server from HP that can accommodate different chip architectures to address specific workloads.
Customers can now buy Moonshot with Applied Micro’s ARM-based X-Gene system-on-chip, in a server aimed at customers running web caching applications such as memecache, as well as high performance computing workloads that require high throughput.
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