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Here is the Demo of Qualcomm Centriq Running Windows Server 2016

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We have the Microsoft Windows Server 2016 on Qualcomm Centriq 2400 48 core ARM server demo from the OCP Summit 2017 show floor

Trends in Server Compute 2017 – Cavium and ThunderX2

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Building on momentum from the 2016 ThunderX launch we highlight the exciting prospects of the ARM-based Cavium ThunderX2 in 2017

Gigabyte R270-T61 2U Server Review – 96 core Cavium ThunderX

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We review the Gigabyte R270-T61 server with dual Cavium ThunderX 48 core (96 cores total) 64-bit ARM chips. The 2U server has 24x 2.5" drive bays and 160Gbps of networking built-in.

Cavium ThunderX Benchmarks Part II: Why enterprise ARM developers need these...

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If you are developing software for the data center, these Cavium ThunderX benchmarks will show you why they are the top 64-bit ARM server platform to date

Cavium ThunderX block diagrams for its four families

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We have block diagrams of the four Cavium ThunderX families which show how Cavium is tailoring its ThunderX SoCs towards different applications

Gigabyte Server at Computex 2016

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We had the opportunity to check out some of the new and upcoming Gigabyte server platforms at Computex 2016 and can share some of the details now.

Exploring a production Cavium ThunderX platform with a Gigabyte R120-T30 1U...

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We take a look at the Gigabyte R120-T30 1U server, the first production Cavium ThunderX system we have in the data center lab

Exclusive: First Cavium ThunderX Dual 48 Core (96 core total) ARM...

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We have exclusive first benchmarks of a dual socket Cavium ThunderX platform which has two 48 core ARMv8 64-bit processors for a total of 96 ARM cores.

Cavium and Gigabyte Launching 384 Core ARMv8 2U server cluster

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Today Gigabyte announces a 4 node in 2U server with a total of 8x Cavium ThunderX (64-bit ARM v8) 2.5GHz processors and 384 cores

Cavium ThunderX – 48 Core ARM Design Announced

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Cavium ThunderX - 48 Core ARM design for servers aimed at the Intel Xeon E5 series announced