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Intel shows off Rack Scale Architecture and Rack Disaggregation plans

Rack Scale current to Future Intel shows off Rack Scale Architecture and Rack Disaggregation plans

Intel is re-imagining what servers are, and the result looks nothing like what you think of as a server. The term for it is Rack Scale Architecture (RSA) or Rack Disaggregation (RD), and it does just what the name implies.Current servers be they rack or pedestal have changed little in the last two or three decades. You have a CPU or two, sometimes many more, on a motherboard with DRAM, a chipset, some I/O slots and ports, and occasionally a few other bits. If you know what a block diagram of a PC looks like, you get the idea, and silicon consolidation aside, it has been pretty static since the dawn of the PC.Over the past 20 or 30 years this

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17 Oct
vincent zimmer @vincentzimmer
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