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SeaMicro Launches Server Full of Netbook Chips

Those of us who own netbooks are familiar with Intel's Atom processor, the little chip that powers the little computers without actually using that much power. Well, a start-up called SeaMicro has produced a server that features 512 Atom processors and is supposed to save power consumption by 75 percent, whatever that really means. SeaMicro's backers? Venture capitalists, naturally…and the US Department of Energy.  

Posted by Lee Pender on 06/14/2010 at 1:23 PM


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