Intel announced today that it is shipping its first low-power Atom microprocessor designed specifically for a new breed of servers dubbed "microservers."
Intel is chasing AMD in the microserver chip market. AMD says Intel is late, but Intel says the party is just starting.
For the third time in nine months, SeaMicro is announcing a new line of servers that can pack an awful lot of computing power in a sixth of the usual space and a quarter of the electricity.
SeaMicro shook up …