Welcome to Calxeda (“Cal-Zeh-Dah”), formerly known as Smooth-Stone, Inc. We are designing the core technologies that will allow datacenters to slash IT costs and energy consumption by building up from the concepts pioneered in the world of mobile phones, where every milliwatt counts. IDC predicts that servers will consume $44.5 Billion of electricity in 2010, and require ten additional Gigawatt power plants to be constructed. The industry stands at the nexus of a tremendous opportunity for innovation in hardware and software design. As part of this new wave of innovation, Calxeda is working hard to help our clients free themselves from data center physical and energy limitations, and help our planet along the way.
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