Advanced Micro Devices to acquire microserver vendor SeaMicro for $334 million. To date, SeaMicro has used chips from Intel.
Startup crams Xeon server chips into an energy-efficient server, broadening the appeal of microservers for large data center operators.
Two low-powered Xeon processors are in the works for high-density microservers, and Intel plans to deliver similar chips based on Sandy Bridge and Atom within two years.
Intel doesn't want to be the only one touting eensy-weensy servers aimed at Web site hosting companies. It's trying to standardize its design.
Intel wants Web hosting companies to buy very small machines it calls microservers. Here's a look at the prototypes.
Intel's microserver reference design brings to mind blades as they were originally conceived by RLX Technologies during the Internet boom.