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Qualcomm server chips now available to ARM developers through cloud service

Agam Shah | March 9, 2016
Developers will be able to write and test applications through remote access to ARM servers using Qualcomm chips

Some companies are still testing ARM servers, and it's not yet clear when the technology will take off. HP has one ARM-based server, and Dell and Lenovo are experimenting with the chips. A few small server makers are also offering ARM servers.

Low-cost developer boards are also available to test server applications. LeMaker this week announced the $299 Cello board, which runs AMD's ARM server chip. 

Dell in 2012 unveiled a similar cloud service where developers had access to a remote ARM server to develop and test code. But Linaro's service is wider in scope and covers most ARM server hardware platforms.


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