Hyperscale cloud computing with ARM processors

From Red Hat Summit 2012

Jon Masters introduces the Fedora ARM Project and demonstrates examples of next-generation low-energy computing systems.


Future, low-energy hyperscale computing systems will combine many hundreds or thousands of processor cores at an extremely high density beyond what is achievable today. Many of these systems will be built using ARM-powered processors, leveraging the kind of system-on-chip integration seen in the mobile computing space, to combine system-level features like networking, storage, and I/O controllers onto the main processor chip.

Red Hat is actively involved in research and development of next-generation hyperscale computing platforms and in communities like the Fedora ARM Project.


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Date: July 11, 2012

Length: 49:23

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