The newest SeaMicro server is no slouch when it comes to performance thanks to the inclusion of Intel’s latest Atom N270 dual core processors. Known as the SM10000-64, it will feature a whopping 512 Atom processing cores that run at 1.66GHz each, and when they work in tandem with one another, will be able to deliver a cool 850GHz of processing power. After all, each core can run a couple of threads simultaneously, and this will go a long way in helping boost application performance. Who will fork out money for this server? Definitely not ordinary home users, but rather, data centers that handle a large volume of Internet transactions, where among them include e-mail, search and social networking services. Of course, hosting providers and cloud-based service providers might also want to look into this SeaMicro offering. Pricing starts from $148,000, where you will be able to purchase it worldwide if you’re interested.
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