ARM in Datacenter/HPC
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Anyone aware of somewhat sensible comparisions of compilers for eg HPC workloads for x86 and ARM?I am most interested in the speed of open source compilers (gcc) vs the cpu manufacturers compiler.-k
ARM Server Chips Challenge X86 in the Cloud
The idea of ARM processors being used in datacenter servers has been kicking around more most of the decade. The low-power architecture dominates the mobile world of smartphones and tablets as well as embedded IoT devices, and with datacenters increasingly consuming more power and generating more...
Long term, is Intel planning to exit the consumer market?
Is Intel's long game to exit the consumer market entirely, and move solely into high-margin servers and datacenter products? Intel has been consistently boosting investment in the datacenter and cutting back in the consumer market for years now. The consumer PC market is collapsing, and Intel h...
ARM Research Summit 2016
Interesting stuff from ARM Research Summit 2016 Quote: ARM's first Research Summit is happening today at Churchill College, Cambridge. We have near-front row seats and are expecting some details on future HPC plans today.
Inside Japan?s Future Exascale ARM Supercomputer
It look's like Fujitsu just ditched SPARC ISA in favour of ARM-V8 for HPC Quote: The exact plans that Fujitsu has for its future ARM processor were not divulged at ISC16, but Yutaka Ishikawa, project leader for the Advanced Institute of Computational Science located in R...
AMD and Key Industry Partners Welcome the AMD Opteron™ A1100 SoC to the 64-bit...
Source: Quote:AMD (NASDAQ:AMD) marks a major step toward delivering choice and innovation in the datacenter with the launch of the AMD Opteron™ A1100 System-on-Chip (SoC), formerly codenamed “Seattle.” Jointly with its software and hardware partners, AMD is accelerating time-to-deployment of AR...
NVIDIA Tesla Cards Add ARM64 Host Compatibility
Quote:o far the ARM architecture has yet to prove itself in the HPC market beyond some very specific micro server roles, but with NVIDIA’s continued success in the HPC market and the potential for ARM to...
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