HP partners with Foxconn to produce cheap cloud servers
HP and Foxconn have announced a joint-venture to develop a range of low cost servers for large cloud services providers.
Taiwanese manufacturers 'houses' for giant cloud servers expected to increase their income through sales giant cloud. It seems that HP also like to take this market up. The manufacturer today announced the creation of a joint-venture with Foxconn in this area. It will be for the new entity to develop a range of specially dedicated to cloud services providers servers. These servers must be scalable and they will offer a low total cost of ownership (TCO), but also the support and HP services. This new line should complement the existing portfolio of HP ProLiant servers, including Moonshot.
Chips of smartphones into Amazon cloud At the same time, cloud giants continue to develop their own material. According GigoOM, Amazon would work on the development of these own chips based on ARM architecture. The site is based on job postings by Amazon - and withdrawn since the publication of the article - looking for a "CPU Architect / Micro-Architect." For GigaOM, this is typically the kind of person who designs the chips. Amazon would also hired several people Calxeda, a manufacturer of chips based on ARM architecture. Before closing its doors last December, Calxeda worked on the development of servers with this type of chips for Facebook.
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