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Gigabyte Shows Marvell ThunderX3 R282 2U Server

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At its online virtual trade show, a new Gigabyte Marvell ThunderX3 server surfaces. This is the first formal ThunderX3 Arm server announcement

Innovium TERALYNX 8 25.6Tbps Switch Chip Launched

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The Innovium TERALYNX 8 is a 7nm 25.6Tbps switch chip that looks to provide the benefits of Broadcom Tomahawk and Trident without the drawbacks

HPE 620QSFP28 4x 25GbE Single QSFP28 Port Ethernet Adapter Review

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In our HPE 620QSFP28 review we see what this unique 4x 25GbE single QSFP28 port low profile Ethernet adapter offers and some of the challenges

Marvell ThunderX3 Arm Server CPU with 768 Threads Per Node in...

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We discuss the Marvell ThunderX3 disclosure of a 7nm chip with 96 cores and 384 threads per socket or 768 threads per system and its impact on 2020-21

New Marvell OCTEON TX2 and Fusion CNF95xx 5G SoCs

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The new Marvell OCTEON TX2 and Fusion CNF95xx SoCs are designed to bring general purpose Arm cores together with heavy network acceleration for 5G networks

Gigabyte Shows AMD EPYC 7002 Series GPU Servers at SC19

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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 Neoverse at TechCon 2019 Focus Getting Clearer

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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

AoA Analysis Marvell ThunderX2 Equals 190 Raspberry Pi 4

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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

Marvell 88SS5000 NVMeoF SSD Controller Shown with Toshiba BiCS

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A Marvell 88SS5000 NVMeoF SSD controller on a Toshiba test drive puts Toshiba BiCS flash onto dual-port 25GbE NVMeoF networks

NVIDIA Announces Arm Support for GPU Accelerated Computing

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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
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