Video: Applied Micro Presents Server on a Chip

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Data Center Knowledge chats with the Applied Micro team, who were at the Open Compute Summit V in San Jose. The video features Michael Major, vice president corporate marketing, and Kumar Sankaran, senior director of embedded systems, who shows us the X-Gene, which is a high performance enterprise class ARMv8 64-bit Server SOC. The server can be used for Web front end, memory caching, big data and cloud storage. The X-Gene is a fully integrated SOC, without the need for other chips such as I/O controller hub, NIC, baseboard management controller. The X-Gene was being demonstrated at Applied Micro’s booth at the event. The video runs 2:13 minutes.

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