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SeaMicro's Atom-based server provides 512 1.66 GHz cores for running applications that process a high volume of Web transactions found in online gaming and social networks. The system uses 256 Atom N570 dual-core processors that support 64-bit operating systems with 4 GB of OS addressable memory. The 10u rack system provides a total of 512 1.66 GHz x86 cores. The older SM10000 used 512 1.6 GHz single-core Atom Z530 chips, which supported only 32-bit OSes and provided just 2 GB of addressable memory.

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SeaMicro Launches Low Power Server With Atom Chips


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