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New Amazon AWS Z1d EC2 Frequency Optimized Instances

New Amazon AWS Z1d EC2 frequency optimized instances use Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs with high clock speeds for the EDA, HPC, and relational database hosting markets

New AWS R5 EC2 Instances for High Memory Applications Announced

The new AWS R5 EC2 instances have up to 768GB and 96 vCPUs per instance, 25Gbps network bandwidth, and 3.1GHz Skylake-SP Intel Xeon Platinum all core turbo speeds. The AWS EC2 R5 instances are for in-memory analytics, and similar applications

New AWS EC2 X1e instances launch with 4TB of memory

Amazon AWS EC2 X1e instances are now available with Intel Xeon E7-8880 V3 CPUs and up to 4TB of memory per instance which is impressive

Amazon AWS EC2 C5 Instances with Custom Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs

Amazon AWS EC2 C5 instances are now available with custom Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs supporting AVX-512 and NVMe in the cloud
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Amazon AWS EC2 P3 Instances with NVIDIA Tesla V100

New Amazon AWS EC2 P3 instances with up to 8x NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs and high-speed NVLink interconnects are now available

Exclusive: Gigabyte – Annapurna Labs ARM storage server benchmarks

We have exclusive benchmarks of the Gigabyte - Annapurna Labs ARM server benchmarks. We specifically benchmark the Annapurna Labs Alpine AL5140 and compare

New AWS EC2 c4 instances benchmarked

We benchmark the new AWS EC2 c4 instances using Linux-Bench

Amazon AWS EC2 Reserved Instance Pricing: A major change

Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 just made a major change to its reserved instance pricing: the potential to eliminate up-front costs.

Testing New AWS T2 instances with Linux-Bench Benchmark

We took the new Amazon AWS T2 instances and an Intel Atom C2550 and ran them through the Linux-Bench script to see if there was evidence of throttling

Cloud Compute for Under a Quarter Per Hour – Amazon AWS...

Benchmarking Amazon AWS EC2 instances and Rackspace cloud servers that cost under a quarter per hour to operate.