- Arm marks a new beginning for the world’s computing infrastructure with additions to the Arm Neoverse roadmap, including Neoverse V2 (codenamed ‘Demeter’).
- Neoverse V2 is the latest Arm core aimed at delivering leadership per-thread performance for cloud, hyperscale, and HPC workloads.
- Cloud, 5G, HPC and Edge Industry Leaders Choose Arm Neoverse as Compute Foundation for Next Generation Infrastructure Solutions
From 5G to the cloud to smart cities, the demand for data knows no bounds. As a society, we seek more autonomy, information to drive decisions and habits, and connection with people, stories, and experiences.
To meet these demands, tomorrow’s cloud infrastructure will effectively handle the coming data explosion and increasingly complex workloads while increasing power efficiency and minimizing carbon footprint. must be processed. As such, the industry is increasingly turning to the performance, power efficiency, specialized processing, and workload acceleration enabled by Arm Neoverse to redefine and transform the world’s computing infrastructure.
Build what you need, not just the following
To date, the Neoverse compute portfolio has enabled partners to rapidly adopt Arm-based solutions to meet ever-changing customer and market needs.When Today we are sharing a new addition to our Neoverse roadmap Rooted in scalable efficiency and technology leadership, it reinforces our commitment to helping our partners maintain their rapid pace of innovation.
Hyperscale and HPC customers have told us they need more performance for their cloud workloads without increasing power or area. Our response is Neoverse V2 Platform (“Demeter”) It features the latest V-series cores and the widely deployed Arm CMN-700 mesh interconnect. Neoverse V2 delivers market-leading integer performance for cloud and HPC workloads and introduces several Armv9 architecture security enhancements.
Several partners are already underway with designs based on Neoverse V2. One of them is his Nvidia, which leverages V2 as the computing foundation for its Grace data center CPUs. Grace combines the power efficiency of V2 with the power efficiency of his LPDDR5X memory to deliver twice his performance-per-watt over servers with traditional architectures.
Additionally, as part of our continued investment in efficient performance and efficient throughput, our next-generation N-series products are in development and will be available to partners in 2023. N series The CPU delivers a generation improvement in both performance and efficiency, surpassing the efficiency of the market-leading N2.
our E-series CPUs are very versatile in data plane processing, 5G RAN, edge networking, accelerators, etc. To support this diversity, we offer the Neoverse E2 platform, which combines a Cortex-A510 CPU with a scalable Neoverse CMN-700 and N2 system backplane. This allows constrained applications to take full advantage of cloud technology. Scalable range of core counts, SystemReady compatibility, PCIe, CXL, IO and interfaces. We are now defining the next generation of the E-Series platform.
The Neoverse platform is purpose-built for a full range of accelerated infrastructure solutions. Specialized processing is the answer to reducing workload power consumption and meeting the growing computing demands of modern workloads. But you can’t do that with just the core.
Cloud native software runs on Arm
Arm has a long history of leadership in the open source software community in optimizing full-stack solutions to run on Arm. You’ve heard about Arm SystemReady and how it enables a world of ‘ready to work’ software. From architecture and IP to libraries, runtimes and compilers, we leveraged the full spectrum of infrastructure software to extract maximum performance.
Cloud-born applications are built on microservices that communicate via APIs and take advantage of many modern software development tools and technologies such as containers and continuous delivery technologies using DevOps and agile methodologies. .
All major cloud providers offering Arm-based instances work with their cloud partners to optimize cloud-native software infrastructures, frameworks and workloads. These include contributions to widely adopted projects such as multiple of his CI/CD tools for providing native builds for Kubernetes, Istio, and Arm architectures. We’ve powered machine learning frameworks like TensorFlow and cloud software workloads like open source databases, big data, analytics, and media processing. This work is done in collaboration with developers contributing to the open source community so that all end users can build next generation applications on Arm.
Combining the strength of the Arm software ecosystem with the power of the Neoverse platform and leading high-performance fabrics such as AMBA CHI, UCIe and CXL, Arm partners are empowered to develop customized solutions spanning cloud to edge. You can get powerful recipes.
No other technology provider offers the combination of speed, breadth and innovation that enables a robust ecosystem of partners and developers to move quickly and build the systems of tomorrow.
Customized solutions from cloud to edge
Arm Neoverse-based platforms redefine what’s possible in cloud computing by delivering market-leading scalable efficiency and enabling flexible partners to innovate in all areas of infrastructure. I’m here. As a result, Neoverse adoption has grown rapidly since its introduction in 2018, and today all major public clouds offer instances based on Neoverse.
In 5G RAN and wireless infrastructure, Arm offers superior performance while reducing power consumption and increasing throughput, delivering significant TCO benefits. This allows partners to customize products for their applications and use cases, from small cells, macro cells to private networks. Through the Arm 5G Solutions Lab, he is working with 5G ecosystem leaders such as Dish Wireless, Google Cloud, Marvell, NXP and Vodafone to accelerate his 5G networks end-to-end with Arm.
Also, Ampere Altra-based HPEProliant 11th generation platforms, Project Monterey by VMware, Red Hat supporting OpenShift on Arm, SAP HANA migrating its cloud infrastructure to Arm-powered AWS Graviton, and more. We are moving into the traditional enterprise space by launching the initiative.
The future of computing infrastructure on Arm
With over 230 billion Arm-based chips shipped from our partners, we have the world’s largest compute footprint and a unique understanding of the complete compute spectrum. The next era of computing infrastructure technology relies on Arm’s DNA of performance and efficiency, and today’s addition to the Neoverse roadmap is ready to deliver.