Video: SeaMicro's Low-Power Servers

In this video, SeaMicro CEO Andrew Feldman discusses the company's vision for low-energy servers, the innovations it has developed in pursuit of that goal (especially the role of the networking fabric) and the roadmap for SeaMicro's technology.

Mozilla, the developer of the Firefox browser, recently began using low-power servers from SeaMicro designed to slash power costs for companies running large Internet services and cloud computing platforms. In this interview from Structure 2010, SeaMicro CEO and co-founder Andrew Feldman discusses the company's vision for low-energy servers, the innovations it has developed in pursuit of that goal (especially the role of the networking fabric) and the roadmap for SeaMicro's technology. This video runs about 7 minutes, 30 seconds.

For more on server technology, see our Servers Channel at DCK. For additional video, check out our DCK video archive and the Data Center Videos channel on YouTube.

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