AMD's long-awaited quad-core Opteron Barcelona processor appears to be ready to go
Documentation that Hewlett-Packard has posted on its Web site points to Proliant servers with AMD's Barcelona processor.
Chipmaker's response to Intel's new Xeons speeds memory and paves way to quad-core. Photos: Servers ride on new Opterons
Three years after chip's debut, Big Blue wholeheartedly embraces Opteron with five new servers.
Company launching high-end server, its second attempt at blades and the resurrected "Thumper" packed with 48 disk drives. Photos: Sun's Opteron servers
Hewlett-Packard updates its ProLiant line of x86-based servers with the latest 2.6GHz Opteron processors from AMD.
ProLiant servers will use AMD's dual-core Opteron chips, which combine two processing engines on each slice of silicon.
First wave of new chips are for desktops (Intel) and servers (AMD). When the software bill comes, do they count once or twice?
AMD says its dual-core Opteron chip for servers will outrun single-core chips by 40 percent to 70 percent
HP upgrades four-processor server with AMD's new dual-core Opteron. Sun, too, makes four into eight.