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Impact of Marvell ThunderX3 General Purpose SKUs Canceled

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We discuss the impact of the general-purpose Marvell ThunderX3 getting canceled and how the Arm server industry has pivoted to grow

Marvell ThunderX3 Time to Shine at Hot Chips 32

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At Hot Chips 32 (2020) we get a deeper look into the Marvell ThunderX3. Something interesting is that we are now seeing Arm v. Arm marketing efforts

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

Licenseageddon Rages as VMware Overhauls Per-Socket Licensing

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We discuss how the per-socket Licenseageddon we predicted is happening as VMware overhauls their licensing model to be socket and core based

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

NVIDIA CUDA on Arm Becoming a Reality

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At Supercomputing 2019, NVIDIA CUDA on Arm is moving into beta with broad Arm server ecosystem support. This dream for many is becoming a reality

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

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

New Gigabyte Marvell ThunderX2 32 Core Servers Available

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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

Gigabyte Launches New Cavium ThunderX2 Servers

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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