Continuing on with our quarterly updates to the ARM Server ecosystem, as usual there is quite a bit of news to report on! Let’s dive right in to the analysis! The Qualcomm Centriq continues to make headlines, with the first … Continued
Qualcomm has announced their new ARM Server processor, called the Centriq 2400, which is designed for high efficiency processing and is capable of handling datacenter workloads. While Cavium, AMD, and Applied Micro all have ARM Server processors, Qualcomm’s new processor … Continued
As usual, a lot has changed in just a short time since our last update. Here are some of the highlights from industry news. First and foremost, the RaspberryPi 3 has continued to be the most popular ARM single board … Continued
Its no secret that at miniNodes, we are ARM fans. We believe that the future of the datacenter is one where efficiency, density, reduced power consumption, and scalability are the primary design factors. ARM processors are well positioned to meet that … Continued
When our hosted 64-bit ARM Servers were first launched, we had to make use of the “pre-release” version of Debian 8 Jessie. While that did work fine, our latest build now includes the regular stable release of Debian 8.
Phoenix, AZ — Cloud hosting provider miniNodes.com, a pioneer in the ARM server hosting industry, is proud to announce the immediate availability of the world’s first hosted 64-bit ARM server. The new 64-bit ARM miniNode is the first publicly available … Continued