March 28, 2023
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The server platform is moving towards the 11th generation design, and HPE’s second Arm-based server debuts

In November 2017, HPE announced the company’s first Arm architecture multi-node server, the Apollo 70 System, which used Cavium’s 64-bit Arm processor ThunderX2 series at that time. However, with the changes in the Arm server processor camp, The development of this type of computing platform was once stagnant. Fortunately, after 2020, the start-up company Ampere Computing (Ampere Computing) has risen, and has successively announced the launch of the Altra series that can provide up to 80 cores and the Altra Max series with 128 cores, and is actively expanding. The market ecosystem at the hardware and software levels, coupled with more and more cloud service providers building Arm to execute individual services – a few manufacturers use their own processors, and most manufacturers directly use the Ampere Altra and Altra Max computing platforms , which makes the prospect of Arm server much optimistic about all walks of life.

Ewen Eagle

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