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April 27, 2011

Top 10 Webservers Marketshare





This chart from w3Tech shows the percentages of websites using various web servers. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys. (updated as on 27th April,2011)

The following web servers are used by less than 0.1% of the websites
    Cherokee
    AOLserver
    WebSTAR
    Twisted
    Roxen
    BaseHTTPServer
    WebToB
    Tigershark
    CherryPy
    Tornado
    PrimeHTTPD
    Orion
    Abyss
    IceWarp
    Mathopd
    Caudium
    Gunicorn
    Yaws
    AllegroServe
    Hiawatha
    Trifork
    WebSiphon
    Mongrel2
    NaviServer
    Noelios Restlet Engine
    TUX
    Blazix

April 12, 2011

Intel To Launch CloverView Tablet Chip







Intel Corp. has launched a new chip for tablet computers, as the world’s most powerful semiconductor company aims to elbow its way into the market for mobile chips.

Intel's new next-generation chip for tablets,  will be called "Cloverview," is a part of Greater Intel Ongoing Strategy  to make its Atom processors more power-efficient.

Intel’s chips are in 80 per cent of laptops and desktop PCs, but it’s had less success getting its chips into smaller devices such as cellphones and tablets. Once known for pushing the processing speeds of its chips to the limit, energy efficiency has now become critical for Intel as gadgets and their batteries get smaller, testing the limits of engineering in a different way.

The chip will be built using a 32-nanometer manufacturing process, which will lower power consumption, said Doug Davis, general manager for the company's netbook and tablet group.
Cloverview will join two other 32 nm Atom-based chips that Intel is developing. The company's "Cedar Trail chip" is being built for netbooks, while another chip known as Medfield is meant to be used in low-end smartphones and tablets.

Intel's Atom processors are designed to function as low-power chips for netbooks and tablets. But they still lag behind low-power processors from Intel's rival ARM, which are considered more power efficient and are more widely used in tablet devices.
According to Intel,  more than 35 tablet and “hybrid” computers are being built on its newest chip, which is part of the Atom family of chips.