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New 1U and 2U Marvell ThunderX2 servers are available with built-in SAS controllers and 10GbE networking paired with dual 32 core 128 thread Arm CPUs
At SC18 we saw the Gigabyte H221-Q20 which is remarkable insofar as it is perhaps the only Qualcomm Centriq 2400 19in. server platform that will be commercially available.
With a renewed push, the new Arm Neoverse is set to be a counterpart to Cortex as the infrastructure and data center brand. Arm is launching Neoverse with a diverse set of ecosystem partners and promises a 30% performance CAGR.
Gigabyte launches two new Cavium ThunderX2 servers each supporting dual sockets and up to 32 cores and 128 threads per socket. The Gigabyte R181-T90 is the 1U offering and the Gigabyte R281-T91 is the 2U offering. Both have large amounts of PCIe I/O, IPMI, and redundant power supplies
We provide an update to our earlier testing with Cavium ThunderX2 power consumption figures and a comparison to Intel Xeon Scalable and AMD EPYC 7000 series
The US DOE's newest Supercomputer is Arm based. The Astra supercomputer for the NNSA at Sandia National Labs is based on a HPE Apollo 70 platform running Cavium ThunderX2 and Mellanox EDR Infiniband
At Computex 2018 we had the opportunity to check out the Gigabyte H261-T60 2U 4-node dual Cavium ThunderX2 server. Patrick was also interviewed about the ThunderX2 performance and ecosystem.
The Cavium ThunderX2 is a complete game changer in the server CPU market. Backed by a vastly improved Arm ecosystem, the ThunderX2 features 32 high speed Arm cores capable of a total of 128 threads and 56 PCIe lanes in a single socket, or 256 threads in a dual socket server
After months of announcements, the Cavium ThunderX2 platform hits general availability. We have the key specs ahead of our full review
EPCC announced a 4096 core deployment of Cavium ThunderX2 using a HPE Apollo 70 system to accelerate porting HPC applications to ARM architectures