Red Hat demonstrated a bicycle-powered, energy-efficient HP ARM server at Red Hat Summit 2012, integrating a full server solution onto a single hyperscale system-on-chip. ARM servers have created a lot of buzz since then.
In the intervening months, we have invested heavily in the Fedora community, enhancing the Fedora ARM Project, and introducing initial support for the first 64-bit ARM server systems. Red Hat has also joined the Linaro Enterprise Group as a founding member and has taken a strong leadership position in the definition of the first ARM server standards. As a powerful player in the development of emerging technologies, Red Hat will continue ARM development in the year ahead.
In this session, Jon Masters will provide an update on all of the exciting work bringing Red Hat expertise to ARM server systems.