The unveiling of ARM-Based servers happened today with the new systems expected to ramp up the competition of the company with Intel and to provide data centers with a lot more computer options.
The release of two ARM-based servers are part of the Moonshot of systems that are known to be highly energy-efficient systems, such a step towards finally bringing to the market what’s foreseen for years by the company.
Hewlett-Packard (HP) unveiled the HP ProLiant m400 and HP ProLiant m800 with the prior being the server which is designed to help businesses get their applications performing better than the usual. Also, it’s a product that is expected to help cut costs. The second server will help businesses process real time information that they receive like pattern analysis, for instance, which makes the processing a lot faster. This product uses what’s called system-on-a-ship Texas instruments and is 32-bit. The first server is 64-bit.
The result of these options in the data center for the end users is a lot easier to get servers that are specially designed for the needs of their applications. This will prove to be a significant win for businesses as they will have to deal with lots of fast and ever changing workloads.