rxmd writes "Heise has an article on Transmeta's Crusoe processor being used as a x86-compatible server CPU by companies such as rebel.com and RLX (read their press release on the project), supporting Linux as well as other "established operating systems". Basically, it's about the Crusoe's lower power consumption and temperatures enabling server manufacturers to put more processing power into the same amount of space than with Intel or AMD cpus. Interesting that a CPU designed for mobile applications should find its way into the server market."
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