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Arm accelerates nextgen cloud-to-edge infrastructure – Business Weekly


Sep 20, 2022

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Cambridge superchip architect Arm has raised the bar even further in the world of compute with its nextgen Neoverse technology. As previously reported in Business Weekly, NVIDIA’s Grace processor will be among the first chips to use Arm’s upcoming Neoverse V2 CPU cores.
Arm has now marked a new beginning for the world’s computing infrastructure with additions to its Neoverse roadmap – including Neoverse V2 which is codenamed Demeter after the ancient Greek goddess of the harvest.
Arm should certainly reap a rich return from the seeds it has sown in this field of technology.
Neoverse V2 is the latest Arm core targeted at providing leadership per-thread performance for cloud, hyperscale and HPC workloads.
Besides NVIDIA, industry leaders across cloud, 5G, HPC and edge are choosing Arm Neoverse as the compute foundation for their next generation infrastructure solutions, according to Chris Bergey, SVP and GM, Infrastructure Line of Business for the company.
He says: “With more than 230 billion Arm-based chips shipped by our partners, we have the world’s largest computing footprint and a unique understanding of the complete compute spectrum.
“The next era of computing infrastructure technology relies on the performance and efficiency DNA of Arm and with today’s additions to the Neoverse roadmap we are ready to deliver.
“The demand for data is insatiable, from 5G to the cloud to smart cities. As a society we want more autonomy, information to fuel our decisions and habits, and connection – to people, stories, and experiences. 
“To address these demands, the cloud infrastructure of tomorrow will need to handle the coming data explosion and the effective processing of evermore complex workloads  – all while increasing power efficiency and minimising carbon footprint.”
Berghey said Arm’s tech advancement strategy was predicated on “Building what’s needed, not just what’s next.”
He added: “To date, the Neoverse compute portfolio has enabled our partners to adopt Arm-based solutions at a rapid pace to address ever-changing customer and market needs. 
“The new additions to the Neoverse roadmap are rooted in scalable efficiency and technology leadership, while reinforcing our commitment to support our partners to continue their rapid pace of innovation. 
“We heard from our hyperscale and HPC customers that they needed to further push cloud workload performance without requiring more power and area. 
“Our response is the Neoverse V2 Platform (Demeter) featuring our newest V-series core and the widely deployed Arm CMN-700 mesh interconnect. Neoverse V2 will deliver market-leading integer performance for cloud and HPC workloads and introduces several Armv9 architectural security enhancements.”
Arm looks set to rule in the realm of 5G. Berghey adds: “In the 5G RAN and wireless infrastructure, Arm is providing leading performance at reduced power, greater throughput, which results in critical TCO benefits. 
“This enables our partners to customize products for applications and use cases ranging from small cells, macro cells, to private networks. Through the Arm 5G Solutions Lab, we’re working with leaders in the 5G ecosystem like Dish Wireless, Google Cloud, Marvell, NXP and Vodafone to accelerate end-to-end 5G networks on Arm.”
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