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HP today announced Project Moonshot, a new industry initiative to help customers reduce complexity, energy use and costs. The program has three components: a new server development platform, a customer discovery lab, and partner program that includes AMD, ARM Holdings, Calxeda, Canonical and Red Hat. The server development platform, code-named Redstone, will initially use ARM processors and add Intel Atom processors in the future.
HP, the largest computer maker in the world will turn to ARM to supply chips for its upcoming servers, Bloomberg found out from unnamed sources close to the matter. The move is an aggressive one, as Intel supplies chips for about 90 percent of all servers. HP is reportedly working with Calxeda, which is partially owned by UK-based ARM.