Attention HP, Dell and IBM. SeaMicro’s Intel Atom-powered server costs $139,000, has over 2,000 CPU cores and can cut energy consumption by up to 75 percent compared to traditional servers. It’s a big price tag compared to many volume servers, but the Santa Clara, Calif.-based, Khosla Ventures-backed startup believes that its dynamic load-balancing server architecture has the goods to tilt buying decisions toward its SM-10000, particularly among Internet data centers whose growing workloads are starting to push the limits of their power envelopes. Keep your eyes peeled for more info at our Structure 2010 cloud computing event next week.
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