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AWS EC2 P4d Scales to 4000 NVIDIA A100 GPUs with UltraClusters

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Amazon AWS EC2 P4d instances utilize Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs and NVIDIA A100 GPUs that can scale to over 4000 GPUs in AWS EC2 UltraClusters

NVIDIA RTX A6000 48GB GPU NVIDIA Drops Quadro Designation

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The NVIDIA RTX A6000 is an actively cooled 48GB GDDR6 GPU that slots Ampere into what we would previously be considered a "Quadro" segment for the company

NVIDIA A40 GPU Brings More Ampere to the Data Center

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The NVIDIA A40 brings a GDDR6 based GPU to the data center with a new passively cooled Ampere-based dual slot GPU solution

Arm Neoverse V1 and N2 Roadmap Update

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In a big roadmap update, Arm shares more details of its upcoming core designs. The Arm Neoverse V1 is designed for performance and the N2 for scale-out
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Gigabyte G292-Z44 and G292-Z24 AMD EPYC PCIe Gen4 Servers

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The Gigabyte G292-Z44 and G292-Z24 servers offer dual or single AMD EPYC solutions to put 8x PCIe Gen4 GPUs in a 2U server system

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 Series Launch

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In our NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3000 series launch we see a trio of new GPUs but also RTX IO which looks a lot like a data center technology

Impact of Marvell ThunderX3 General Purpose SKUs Canceled

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We discuss the impact of the general-purpose Marvell ThunderX3 getting canceled and how the Arm server industry has pivoted to grow
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0 to Supercomputer NVIDIA Selene Deployment

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NVIDIA details some of the key features it used to get the DGX SuperPOD Selene-based supercomputer up and running during the pandemic

An Arm Opportunity with Cloud Service Providers

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We discuss the opportunity Arm has with cloud service providers and why recent developments are making Arm server chips more compelling than ever

Ampere Altra Max Targets a 128 Core Arm CPU Shipping in...

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A new Ampere Altra Max 128-core Arm CPU is planned to sample in Q4 2020 and likely ship in 2021 bringing more cores to the Arm server market