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At SC19, Gigabyte showed off new AMD EPYC 7002 series GPU compute servers as well as a Marvell ThunderX2 CUDA on Arm development platform
Arm sees a $30B silicon TAM for new infrastructure by 2025 and seems to be solidifying a strategy to attack the market with its IP licensees
We look at Arm-on-Arm (AoA) performance to see how many Raspberry Pi 4 4GB nodes one Marvell ThunderX2 64 core and 256 thread server replaces and the cost
A Marvell 88SS5000 NVMeoF SSD controller on a Toshiba test drive puts Toshiba BiCS flash onto dual-port 25GbE NVMeoF networks
NVIDIA announces that it will fully support Arm for GPU accelerated computing for HPC and AI workloads porting CUDA-X and tools to the architecture
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
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.
If you are looking to build next-generation NVMeoF composable infrastructure, you need to check out the Marvell and Toshiba demo from FMS. The Marvell 25GbE NVMeoF adapter turns NVMe devices into fabric addressed devices which may be the way of the future
New Marvell NVMe switches provide functionality to the NVMe domain that we have been lacking such as the ability to transparently RAID NVMe SSDs for more performance or redundancy
Lately I have done a few SSD benchmark sessions on some of today's popular SATA III solid state drives. One thing that I did...
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