MiTAC unveils its First ARM Processor-Based Servers

Information
2012-Jun-06 | Tags: serverubuntu

Linux on ARMTaipei, Taiwan, June 5th, 2012 – Leading ICT manufacturing company MiTAC International Corp. (MiTAC) is pleased to announce the first product in its new range of ARM processor-based Servers. Working alongside ARM, Marvell and Canonical, the new server is able to provide peak performance with outstanding power efficiency and optimized for today's emerging class of cloud-based server application.

MiTAC President, Mr. Billy Ho, said: "MiTAC keep developing innovative server systems and by co-working with our partners are able to assist our customers to build highly differentiated platforms in a more efficient and effective way. The new ARM process-based Servers expand MiTAC's cloud services business roadmap."

MiTAC unveils its First ARM Processor-Based Servers

"Companies building server infrastructure to support cloud based services are quickly shifting the focus of their purchase decisions away from pure performance towards balancing performance, energy and cost efficiency," said Lance Howarth, executive vice president of marketing, ARM. "ARM's long history of developing energy efficient processor cores, coupled with a partnership business model that enables optimized system-on-chip platforms, helps ecosystem partners such as MiTAC bring innovative server products into the marketplace."

MiTAC unveils its First ARM Processor-Based Servers

"Marvell is very excited about its collaboration with MiTAC and Canonical, as both companies recognize the significant advantages of ARM-based server architecture," said Paul Valentine, vice president of marketing for the Cloud Services and Infrastructure (CSI) Business Unit of Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. "Marvell's ARAMDA® XP family of silicon delivers the utmost in security, network, compute, memory and storage elements to maximize system utilization and minimize total cost of ownership. In the larger picture, Marvell's work with MiTAC and Canonical fits into our commitment to providing all-encompassing cloud services and infrastructure for today's connected lifestyle."


Facebook Twitter RSS E-Mail

Linux on ARM