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  2. Cavium - Wikipedia

    Cavium was a fabless semiconductor company based in San Jose, California, specializing in ARM-based and MIPS-based network, video and security processors and SoCs. The company was co-founded in 2000 [3] [4] [5] by Syed B. Ali and M. Raghib Hussain, [6] who were introduced to each other by a Silicon Valley entrepreneur.

  3. Find the latest Marvell Technology, Inc. (MRVL) stock quote, history, news and other vital information to help you with your stock trading and investing.

  4. Commercial Embedded Linux Solutions for accelerating secure and high-quality product deployment. MontaVista delivers commercial open source platforms ideal for 5G Carrier Grade Telecom Infrastructure and Embedded Devices across Automotive, Medical, Industrial, and Military/Aerospace markets.

  5. Contact Us | Worldwide Support Contacts - Marvell

    Contact us for sales inquiries, support, career opportunities, investor and media inquiries, and information on corporate office locations.

  6. The Great Lakes Slurm cluster is a campus-wide computing cluster that serves the broad needs of researchers across the university. The Great Lakes HPC Cluster has replaced Flux, the shared research computing cluster that currently serves over 300 research projects and 2,500 active users.

  7. Be Part of the Solution. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or an aspiring intern, you’ll see your ideas come to life at Marvell and be applied to groundbreaking and innovative purpose. Your work will make a difference, your voice will be heard, and your efforts will be reflected in the pro

  8. Server/ProjectOlympus - OpenCompute

    Project Olympus Cavium ThunderX2 ARM64 Motherboard: Motherboard for dual-socket Cavium ThunderX2 ARM64 Qualcomm Centriq 2400 Motherboard for Project Olympus: Qualcomm Single-SoC Motherboard shown at OCP March 2017 Summit

  9. Vermeer - Cores - AMD - WikiChip

    SKU Comparison []. Below are a number of SKU comparison graphs based on their specifications.

  10. Microsoft's Arm-based Azure VMs are ready to roll | ZDNET

    In 2020, Microsoft officially announced that it has been working with Intel, AMD, and two ARM vendors (Qualcomm and Cavium) to support Project Olympus, Microsoft's next-generation cloud-hardware ...

  11. Gemini Lake - Cores - Intel - WikiChip

    Gemini Lake (GLK) is the name of the core for Intel's generation of system on chip serving as a successor to Apollo Lake.These low-power chips primarily targeted towards entry level embedded devices, low-cost laptops and desktops, and all-in-one PCs as well as IoTs.