Calxeda provides an update on their ARM Powered Server SoC at Computex 2012, it's a quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor optimized for using in Servers.
Very interesting interview!
So, CalXeda Energyboard host 4 SoC where every SoC is a miniserver.
But if you compete with an x86 based server as Micron animate in this video about their project
Hybrid Memory Cube with “near memory” or “far memory” with stacked dram for much more dense
memory closer to the processor.
This video is 2:23min.short.
But if CalXeda used IBM and 3M 3D tech (which IBM and 3M now is developing in a joint-venture project) for mush closer and dense memories.
IBM 3M 3D was announced with this animated video in September 2011.
This video is 0:37min.short.
CalXeda Energyboard would still be the most energy efficient server board.
What connection have your link with CalXeda and ARM-based servers?