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Cavium ThunderX2 and OCP Platform Details

The Cavium ThunderX2 is a dual socket ARM server platform with over 100 PCIe lanes and 8 ch DDR4 memory. We analyze the latest OCP motherboard disclosure

Facebook at Open Compute Summit 2017 – 7.5 Quadrillion Web Server...

Facebook kicked off its OCP 2017 with a huge figure, its web servers process 7.5 quadrillion instructions per second. It also showed off new hardware

Intel at Open Compute Summit 2017

New hardware and software updates for Intel at the Open Compute Summit 2017. We have notes from Intel's keynote. Intel even shows shipping silicon photonics

Microsoft at Open Compute Summit 2017: AI and ARM64 with Cavium...

Microsoft at Open Compute Summit 2017 has SONiC open networking, AMD Naples and the big news, Qualcomm Centriq and Cavium ThunderX in Azure

Open Compute Project Summit 2017 Opening Keynote: What you need to...

We are at the Open Compute Project Summit 2017. Here are the notes you need from the opening keynote - OCP marketplace - NetApp ONTAP Select - IBM Spectrum

Telcos are now turning to the Open Compute Platform

The Open Compute Project announced today a new OCP Telco Project. This could have a massive impact on future IT infrastructure

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AMD EPYC And Xeon Scalable In Trays

Intel Offers Enterprise Meltdown and Spectre Benchmarks A Gift for AMD

In a gift to AMD EPYC sales efforts, Intel offers initial enterprise benchmarks with Meltdown and Spectre patches which will close the gap between EPYC and Skylake-SP performance
Intel Xeon Silver 4116 Retail V Tray

We test T series Intel Xeon Scalable to see if there is a performance...

Do the Intel Xeon Scalable "T" series CPUs perform differently than their standard counterparts? We test single and dual Intel Xeon Silver 4116 and 4116T configurations to confirm they perform about the same