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World's smallest datacenter

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27th August 2014, 06:42 PM   |  #1  
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World's smallest datacenter

hello fellow XDA members, long time member here.

I would like to introduce to you, the worlds smallest datacenter “Rockhopper” Based on ARM architecture, a Rockhopper can contain up to 8 nodes with a total of 64 cores @ 2.0Ghz which interconnect to our proprietary high-speed and hot pluggable. The nodes also come equipped with a DDR3 sodimm slot that can support up to 8Gb, for a total of 64Gb. Energy efficient, scalable and high performance platform available to be used anywhere in their homes, offices or an IT environment. Encouraging users to be thinkers and experiment with new possibilities.

We are excited about launching our kickstarter campaign. Visit our kickstarter page to get more details.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...est-datacenter
29th August 2014, 11:56 AM   |  #2  
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World's smallest datacenter

hello fellow XDA members, long time member here.

I would like to introduce to you, the worlds smallest datacenter “Rockhopper” Based on ARM architecture, a Rockhopper can contain up to 8 nodes with a total of 64 cores @ 2.0Ghz which interconnect to our proprietary high-speed and hot pluggable. The nodes also come equipped with a DDR3 sodimm slot that can support up to 8Gb, for a total of 64Gb. Energy efficient, scalable and high performance platform available to be used anywhere in their homes, offices or an IT environment. Encouraging users to be thinkers and experiment with new possibilities.

We are excited about launching our kickstarter campaign. Visit our kickstarter page to get more details.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...est-datacenter

awsome project . Which OS ( Linux ? ) can be run on the super computer ?
29th August 2014, 01:43 PM   |  #3  
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awsome project . Which OS ( Linux ? ) can be run on the super computer ?

So far debian ubuntu arch linux android

We will have more soon.
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