Hewlett-Packard has released a new low-end blade server using Intel’s Pentium M processor originally designed for laptop computers.

Hewlett-Packard has released a new low-end blade server using Intel’s Pentium M processor originally designed for laptop computers. The Pentium M consumes less electricity and therefore throws off less waste heat than do conventional Pentium processors, making it easier to jam blade servers close together in a single chassis without causing overheating. But the main attraction of the new processor for the BL10e blade is that it includes twice as much high-speed cache memory as the last chip used, a low-voltage Pentium III