Calxeda Raises Massive $55M Round

Calxeda, the company that invented the concept of using ARM®technology to slash data center power, today announced $55 million in additional funding, one of the largest semiconductor capital deals this year.

Calxeda Launches the EnergyCore Processor

Calxeda today unveiled its ARM-based “EnergyCore” Server-on-a-Chip, which consumes as little as 1.5 watts, the industry’s first server processor to achieve this milestone. Following HP’s announcement to incorporate Calxeda technology in its first-generation of extreme low energy server development platforms, Calxeda is launching EnergyCore at simultaneous events in Palo Alto, CA and Austin, TX. A […]

Without Chips, Mobile Is Nothing

mobileTech Tuesday, by Steve Guengerich As I was on my way to pick up my Monday morning coffee at 6am, I had an audio double-take when I heard this exchange on the morning news report between the KUT anchor and a reporter from the Austin Business Journal about chipmaker Altera Corp’s announced intentions to move […]

Smooth-Stone Changes Name to Calxeda; Adds Hires

Exactly three months after its $48 Million funding announcement, Smooth-Stone today detailed its company momentum, including significant new executive hires, new office space and renaming the company.  The new name, Calxeda, pronounced “Cal-zeh-dah,” is a derivative of the Latin for “Smooth-Stone.”  Calxeda is on track with its business and ARM-based product development plans, moving toward […]