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Monday, September 16 • 11:45am - 12:35pm
The Little Trebuchet That Could - Ben Collins, Servergy

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Attendees will be taken on a trip through CPU history as it pertains to data centers and cloud computing using an analogy of medieval weaponry and extend this analogy to show where the CPU market is headed in relation to these distinct but important markets.

The intended audience is developers and data center/cloud architects. The analogy is meant to make the barrier of expertise to understand this presentation very low, but keep it interesting for technically savvy attendees.

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Ben Collins

Principal Architect, Servergy, Inc.
Ben Collins, Principal Architect for Servergy, Inc., has been involved in Linux and Open Source for over 15 years. As an ex Debian Project leader and Canonical Kernel Team lead, he has been involved in every aspect of development, from strict volunteer to paid developer. In particular, Ben has always been involved in non-standard processors, including ARM, SPARC and POWER architectures.


Monday September 16, 2013 11:45am - 12:35pm
Strand 11A

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