back to article Kaleao's KMAX ARM-based server has legs. How fast can it run?

Kaleao is a startup developing ARM-based servers and hyper-converged appliances under a KMAX brand. Its marketing-speak says it has a “true convergence” approach, it involves “physicalization” and there is a “microvisor” – oh dear, what does this mean? The KMAX product comes in server and appliance forms. The servers use 64- …

  1. Voland's right hand Silver badge

    Cool design

    Reminds me of the AtomSmasher PCI switch torus server designs which AMD gobbled and (unfortunately) let fester and putrefy ~ 7 years ago. They had similar virtualization for IO and network, without the compute part.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Cool design

      Hmm, 8 ARM cores and 4GB of RAM. When is someone going to machine a chassis that you can fill with off-the-shelf Android phones, all plugged into a USB-C backplane? UPS included for free!

  2. frank ly

    Thank you

    "The net net is that Kaleao offers deeper convergence, not true or even untrue convergence."

    I think it's a superposition of an orthogonal set of convergences.

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Thank you

      I think the author was drunk and making it all up.

      1. Robin

        Re: Thank you

        Either that, or Donald Rumsfeld was involved.

  3. Tom 64
    Windows

    If those numbers really stack up...

    ... I'm sure it will have legs. Looking forward to some reviews vs some x86 kit.

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Dear Reg,

    "Physicalization" is not a word.

    Thanks.

    1. maffski

      "Physicalization" is not a word.

      Tell my 3d printer that.

  5. Andy The Hat Silver badge

    Doh!

    I got the 'it's a boxy server thing' bit but true hyper micro-converged-visor physicalized nics?

    Just "Doh!"

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Thumb Up

      Re: Doh!

      To differentiate them from all the imaginarized nics you might have in your shoes, or up your bottom, or wherever?

  6. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Cache...

    > "128GB NV cache"

    This sounds like a lot of cache...

  7. returnofthemus

    This is going to be BIG!

    Introducing HP Moonshot (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqPPn018Vzk)

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