Linked by sawboss on Sat 29th Jan 2011 00:15 UTC
Intel "The Intel Atom processor line is associated with low power usage in devices such as a netbook or nettop computer. The emphasis is definitely not on performance, it's on pushing up battery life on a device with a small display and mid-range graphics requirements while still managing a decent desktop experience. Microsoft thinks Atom can do more, though, and wants to use it in servers. With that in mind it is calling on Intel to up the cores in an Atom chip to 16, and deploying it as a low power server chip solution."
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ASP.NET is portable
by nt_jerkface on Sun 30th Jan 2011 03:04 UTC in reply to "Microsoft + Atom = Apps"
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Web data centers are the ones interested in saving power and ASP.NET is not tied to x86.

Businesses running server applications don't care about shaving watts.

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RE: ASP.NET is portable
by Lennie on Sun 30th Jan 2011 12:03 in reply to "ASP.NET is portable"
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Also/Especially Microsoft own stack like Windows Server, Sharepoint, SQL-server, Exchange, Office and IE on Terminal Server and so on.

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