AMD Opteron X-Series takes on Intel Atom in high-density low-power server market

Daniel Robinson

Low-power quad-core chips designed to meet the server requirements of cloud service providers

AMD has expanded its Opteron server lineup with new chips designed for cloud-based services like Facebook and Amazon, which call for large volumes of high-density energy-efficient systems to serve the...

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