Low Power Servers
STH has an exclusive first look at a production Intel Xeon D-1540 based platform - full test results will be released next week
We have Intel Xeon D-1540 benchmarks and compare our pre-production test systems to Xeon E3, E5 and Atom platforms
We took an Intel Xeon D-1540 microserver node, booted Windows Server 2012 R2 and found X552 SFP+ based 10gbps networking in our development system
We benchmarked a pre-production Supermicro X10SDV-F to start understanding the new Intel Xeon D-1540 performance and power consumption characteristics
The Zotac ZBOX-BI320-U-W2 surprised us with how versitile a sub-$220 system could be, especially given that price point included Windows 8.1 and a SSD.
The Supermicro A1SRM-LN7F-2758 combines an 8-core Intel processor with QuickAssist acceleration along with 7 gigabit NICs and out-of-band management
The Supermicro A1SAM-2750F is the first Intel Avoton C2750 solution we have seen in a mATX form factor. Supermicro gives us a great, low power processor with its four Intel i354 NICs, IPMI management, full size DIMM slots and t...
A look at Intel Atom C2550 power consumption and comparisons to the Atom C2750, C2758, S1260 and D525. Great overall results
We decided to benchmark the Raspberry Pi Model B 512MB with our Linux test suite to start adding ARM benchmarks to the test result set
Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the Intel Atom S1200 server processor launch. The morning’s focus was on the current 6w Centerton generation Atom parts, but one could tell that there was a lot of room to go. As ...