The SM10000 High Density, Low Power Server consumes one fourth the power and takes one fourth the space of today's best in class volume server. Designed to replace 40 1 RU servers, the SM10000 integrates 512 independent ultra low power Intel Atom processors, top rack switching, load balancing, and server management in a single 10 RU system, 2048 CPUs/rack.
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About the speaker:
Gary Lauterbach is a Founder and Chief Technology Officer of SeaMicro.
Gary brings 30 years of experience in the computer industry to
SeaMicro. Most recently, at AMD, Gary was an AMD Fellow and one of
five lead architects defining AMD's next generation high performance
X86 processor. Prior to AMD, Gary was a Distinguished Engineer at Sun
Microsystems for 12 years where he was Chief Architect of the Ultra-SPARC
III and Ultra-SPARC IV microprocessors. At Sun Laboratories, he was
Chief Architect of the DARPA HPCS peta-scale computing project where his
innovative super computer architecture enabled Sun to win $50 million in
funding from DARPA. Over the course of his career, Gary has designed and
constructed operating system kernels, CAD tools, microprocessors, computer
systems and radio-frequency receivers, and transmitters. Gary holds more
than 35 issued patents in the areas of computing systems, processors,
packaging technology, process control, and software algorithms. |