Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 14th Aug 2006 05:12 UTC, submitted by Shean Terry
Hardware, Embedded Systems A start-up called Movidis believes a 16-core chip originally designed for networking gear will be a ticket to success in the Linux server market. The Revolution x16 models from Movidis each use a single 500MHz or 600MHz Cavium Networks Octeon CN3860 chip.
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by jimmystewpot on Mon 14th Aug 2006 08:59 UTC
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Unusual.. What is so unusual about MIPS. Lets look at just about all Linksys/Netgear routers not to mention other small embedded appliances they are almost always using MIPS based ARM/TI processors.

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