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Spartan Power Consuming ARM Chips Ideal for Datacenter Cold Storage Servers

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As Spartan power consumers ARM chips are the ideal solution for cold storage servers compared to the sybaritic power feasting of x86 and Power PC architectures. Enabled by the support of Open ...

As Spartan power consumers ARM chips are the ideal solution for cold storage servers compared to the sybaritic power feasting of x86 and Power PC architectures. Enabled by the support of Open Computing, Disruptive Device Manufacturers and production ready subcons there will be quick benefits across the supply chain and another small step towards Internet For All.

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    Spartan Power Consuming ARM Chips Ideal for  Datacenter Cold Storage Servers Spartan Power Consuming ARM Chips Ideal for Datacenter Cold Storage Servers Presentation Transcript

    • As Spartan power consumers ARM chips are the ideal solution for cold storage servers compared to the sybaritic power feasting of x86 and Power PC architectures . October 2013 Bill Kohnen Role of ARM Architecture in the Datacenter
    • • Open Compute, • Upstart Arm Processor Device Manufacturer • Ability of major end-users to spec and build their own servers. Bill Kohnen • While Power PC, x86 and MIPS, dominate now the adoption particularly for storage will be quick because of disruptive influences of: October 2013 • The adoption of ARM Architecture in data center server applications has moved from the slow to fast lane which will ultimately result in lower costs for intelligent buyers.
    • Data Center Server Requirements For Social Media and many other Cloud Solutions • 80% of transactions are based on 20% of data that is less than 6 weeks old Current Dominant Architectures Still Apply October 2013 Require redundancy CPU Processor Power High Kw per Rack Higher Cost • 80% of data stored in a Data Center is cold • Opportunity to optimize costs @ • 75% Less per Rack • 80% Less Infra structue ARM Architectures Emerging Bill Kohnen • • • •
    • October 2013 Bill Kohnen ARM Chips are a key enabler to an Open Hardware Optimization of Cold Storage Requirements
    • Calxeda’s ARM-based processors are a “Disruptive Force” • Added Frank Frankovsky, Chairman of the Open Compute Foundation, to its Board of Directors. Bill Kohnen • It has partnered directly with not only traditional server company's (HP and Dell) but also with contract manufacturers directly such as Foxconn, Gigabyte and Aaeon October 2013 • Its focused startup vision of bringing ultra low power solutions give it advantages over the IC “giants”
    • The Genie is Out of The Bottle • No doubt the push to ARM architecture is being driven by specific companies, personalities and needs • Corporate IT Buyers will benefit • Broader Benefits of lowering overall infrastructure costs to help bring Internet to All Bill Kohnen • Result will be immediate growth in use of ARM architecture which will sustain further investment and growth. October 2013 • However, at this point momentum is sustainable