Calxeda, which uses cellular technology to power datacenter servers, recently landed $55 million in investment.
And Wednesday, the Austin-based startup announced that Penguin Computing is now selling servers equipped with Calxeda chips. Boston Limited and Hewlett-Packard already offer servers with Calxeda’s technology.
The Calxeda has shipped thousands of its EnergyCore ECX-1000 to customers, and it is also providing free access to the technology on the OpenStack cloud.
Calxeda plans to market its products for public and private cloud operators and large datacenters.
“We are very excited about the market’s response to our pioneering first generation product,” Barry Evans, Calxeda’s founder and CEO, said in a news release. “Now we are taking it two steps further to reinvent the server, first into a rack-based cloud appliance, and then extending into an integrated fleet of computing resources, spanning many thousands of efficient servers.”