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News HP ditches ARM for Intel in Project Moonshot

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Gareth Halfacree, 20 Jun 2012.

  1. dyzophoria

    dyzophoria Member

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    Im guessing HP was just worried if ARM support on the server market would really take off, you can say all you want about there is linux on ARM, but the last time I heard the major linux distros (redhat, centos), still have them on the "coming soon" time table, unless you want system administrators to compile their own kernels which would defeat the current dogma of "rapid deployment of anything in the enterprise" I'd be skeptical as wel..l added that a majority of enterprises still run Windows as their major server backend OS. you'd be really freaking worried about releasing a product that you know, you feel will have a questionable future, especially from a company that had major issues with its internal structure :p
     
  2. Petrol head

    Petrol head New Member

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    Intel are simply trying to dip their finger in as many pies as possible. I am sure HP have their reasons though.

    Universal greeting to you to by the way (oops showing my age again)
     
  3. AmEv

    AmEv Meow meow. See yall in 2-ish years!

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    Yep, guys, my Thrive with Android 3.2 uses the 2.6 kernel.
     

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