The HPC centers that are frustrated by the relatively limited memory bandwidth of X86 CPUs but who also have not gone down the road of building hybrid CPU-GPU systems because of the complexity of the code rewrite and the cost, take heart.


There is another option that solves many of the architectural problems, delivering raw high performance and computational efficiency, and delivers an Arm architecture – the most widely used architecture in the world – to boot.


HPE Apollo 80 System from Hewlett Packard Enterprise, based on the A64FX Arm processor created by Fujitsu.


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