Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 23rd Dec 2010 19:19 UTC
Windows The rumours about Windows possibly being ported to ARM has left a lot of people bewildered; why would you port Windows NT when Windows CE 6.0 is a perfectly capable operating system? Putting all the pieces together, it's actually quite clear why you would want Windows NT on ARM: servers.
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RE[2]: no
by xaeropower on Fri 24th Dec 2010 19:10 UTC in reply to "RE: no"
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This is indeed the first arm server i see. GUESS Cant buy one for home yet cause it cost like 20k usd.
"Data centers spend billions on electricity for servers, including energy used for cooling, and they have a significant CO2 emission footprint,"

oh please... all they care about cutting costs because they can profit more on it. WOnt mean that you as customer will get server from the resellers cheaper. Sad that even with the widespread use of virtalization products most of the servers are idling in data centers. I think if we would summarize the idle time of the servers in all bigger US data centers it would be like 70%. And besides this the only bigger waste what us military and agencies do, building bigass clusters for ripping their pron dvds which also mostly idling and wasting energy so keep qqing about energy consumption.

Edited 2010-12-24 19:11 UTC

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RE[3]: no
by TheGZeus on Sat 25th Dec 2010 01:39 in reply to "RE[2]: no"
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...and if things go well with regulation, CO₂ emissions will be taxed to hell, thus causing them to cut into their profits.

Edited 2010-12-25 01:39 UTC

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