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Old 06-17-2011, 12:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Caldexa forms

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Canonical's role in the effort arises from the fact that Calxeda has selected Ubuntu as the official OS for its 120-node, 2U server box. Each of the Calxeda server nodes contains a single quad-core ARM chip, a bit of memory, and some interconnect hardware that, all told, consumes about 5 watts. Calxeda can cram 120 (480 cores worth) of these into a single 2U rackmount server chassis, which makes for an incredibly dense cluster of cloud compute resources.



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