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Amazon AWS Announces EC2 Intel Habana Gaudi Instances

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We discuss the Amazon AWS EC2 instances based on the Intel Habana Gaudi AI training cards and what that means for the market

Amazon AWS EC2 Mac Mini Powered MacOS Instances Launched

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Amazon AWS EC2 now has MacOS bare metal instances powered by 2018 Mac Mini Intel Core i7 32GB systems available as mac1.metal dedicated hosts

Falling from the Sky 2020 Self-Hosting Still Pays

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In this article, we update our "Falling from the Sky" series where we break down our self-hosting costs on AWS versus using colocation.
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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

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

AWS EC2 C6g and R6g Instances with Graviton2 Arm

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AWS EC2 C6g and R6g instances are now generally available with Amazon-designed Graviton2 64-bit Arm processors for higher compute and memory deployments

AWS EC2 C5a Instances Powered by AMD EPYC Rome Hit GA

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After months of waiting, we now have AWS EC2 C5a instances powered by AMD EPYC Rome CPUs that are generally available in multiple regions

AWS Graviton2 64 vCPU Arm CPU Heightens War of Intel Betrayal

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By announcing the AWS Graviton2 64 core Arm CPU, the company is signaling that it is aiming for mainstream Intel Xeon betraying a cloud building partnership

AWS EC2 M5n and R5n Instances Now Support Up to 100Gbps...

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The new AWS EC2 M5n and R5n instances now support up to 100Gbps networking including bandwidth increases across the range of instance sizes

AWS EC2 T3a Instances Available with AMD EPYC

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New AWS EC2 T3a instances are now available with AMD EPYC CPUs offering a ten percent discount over Intel-based T3 burstable instance offerings