Compute

ARM Goes To War In The Datacenter With “Ares” Designs

When Arm Holdings, the division of the Softbank conglomerate that designs and licenses the core component of the processor architecture that bears its name, launched its Neoverse revamping of the Arm architecture for the datacenter and the edge last October, the company put the architecture on a strict annual cadence and promised to deliver 30 percent performance increases at the system level with each generation. “ARM Goes To War In The Datacenter With “Ares” Designs”

Cloud

AMD Nails Its Epyc Server Targets For 2018

The second 5 percent chunk of server shipment market share for chip maker AMD is probably going to come easier than the first 5 percent share, which was attained as AMD exited the fourth quarter and, significantly, was a stake in the ground that chief executive officer Lisa Su drove into the ground in late 2016 as the “Naples” Epyc ramp got under way. “AMD Nails Its Epyc Server Targets For 2018”