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How to Overclock a Server and Get Faster Memory Speeds

We show you how to overclock a server and get faster memory speeds by running RAM at a higher than rated clock speed. This can ever so slightly increase your system performance and works on a variety of Intel-based servers

Gigabyte ThunderXStation using Cavium ThunderX2 Launched

The Gigabyte ThunderXStation uses up to two Cavium ThunderX2 32 core 128 thread CPUs with up to 8x DDR4 RDIMMs per CPU to speed development in a deskside 4U tower workstation format

Cavium Packet Trakker Launched for XPliant Telemetry

The Cavium Packet Trakker technology allows low-level hardware enabled telemetry data to be collected for Cavium's XPliant switches enabling many open networking vendors

Red Hat RHEL 7.4 Introduces Support for ARM Servers

Red Hat RHEL 7.4 introduces support for ARM servers enabling enterprises to utilize ARMv8-A servers from companies like Cavium and Qualcomm

Cavium ThunderX2 Servers from Gigabyte and Ingrasys Shipping

Production Cavium ThunderX2 servers from Gigabyte and Ingrasys are now shipping and are being shown off extensively at the SC17 conference in Denver, CO

Cavium ThunderX2 and OCP Platform Details

The Cavium ThunderX2 is a dual socket ARM server platform with over 100 PCIe lanes and 8 ch DDR4 memory. We analyze the latest OCP motherboard disclosure

Analyzing Key Qualcomm Centriq 2400 Market Headwinds

We analyze key Qualcomm Centriq 2400 market headwinds as we await availability of the new ARM64 server CPUs from the giant

Cavium FastLinQ 41000 Series 10GbE and 25GbE Adapters Launched

Cavium FastLinQ 41000 series 10GbE and 25GbE adapters have launched with universal RDMA support to take advantage of one of the hottest trends in networking

New Cavium FastLinQ 45000 25GbE and 100GbE Adapters with RDMA and...

New Cavium FastLinQ 45000 25GbE and 100GbE adapters are out with RDMA and DPDK support enabling next-generation server I/O in popular form factors

Cavium ThunderX2 Dual Socket System Spotted Live

We spotted dual socket Cavium ThunderX2 systems in the wild and wanted to share the view with our STH community. The next gen has some great new features