On Oct 14, 1:16 am, johnwalla...@yahoo.co.uk wrote:
> On Oct 13, 6:52 pm, JF Mezei wrote:
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> Will CSI really catch on? That may depend on whether it works right,
> and whether it adds value as well as cost (if it *saves* cost, so much
> the better). Actually I'm not as confident as you are, but the chances
> of success are high. Intel do have market failures from time to time,
> even in the x86 world, e.g. their in-house graphics have traditionally
> been laughable. As for CSI enabling scalability to bigger systems: you
> can already get a 32core 256GB Proliant based on Opteron, and even the
> Xeon one already does 16 cores and 256GB. Do many sensible people
> really want/need more than that? Some do, but...
>


Now HP has 24 cores Xeon-based gear.
http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/us/en...2-3454575.html