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June 14, 2017 // By Nick Flaherty
ARM puts a data centre on the desktop
Processor designer ARM has teamed up with Scandinavian software developer ENEA on a new development platform that puts a data centre on an engineer's desk.

Marvell’s ARMADA multicore ARM-based portfolio combined with Marvell’s Open API Prestera DX switch and Alaska PHY families are designed for scalability, from 1GbE to 25GbE, enabling modular edge computing and networking.”

“NFV PicoPod is really the start of something new,” said Craig Brown, CEO of PicoCluster. “Never before have you been able to have this kind of compute and network power in such a compact and power efficient format. It is literally a data centre on the desktop. There is nothing else like this anywhere. It's been great working with ARM, Marvell and Enea on building an accessible ARM-based Pharos cluster for VNF development and verification.” 

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