As business leaders continue their search for ways to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of their IT infrastructure while also reducing the overall energy consumption, system integrators like ICC are looking to other processing lines outside of the traditional Intel & AMD CPU lines.
Intel & AMD dominate the server and consumer market, quite rightly, but that does not make them the most energy-efficient or the most effective at the cost per core or benefit per dollar spent metrics.
ARM processors are extremely promising, especially as power costs go up and density per rack becomes more important for companies trying to maximize output without taking on additional space in increasingly costly data center environments.
With a wide variety of use cases ranging from Big Data, AI, Public & Private cloud deployments covered extremely well by ARM processors, when looking through and shortlisting processors for your future deployments, ARM processors should definitely make the cut.
We take a little look at some of the benefits of Ampere’s Altra and Ampere’s Altra max in this latest post.
Ampere’s Altra and Ampere’s Altra max come with:
- Up to 128 cloud-optimized 64bit Armv8.2 cores,
- 3Ghz+ frequency, 8 x 72bit DDR4 3200 ECC DIMM support with up to 4TB capacity,
- 128 PCIe Gen4 lanes,
- Support for up to 200Gbit networking cards,
- Coherent multi-socket support,
- and more…
FEATURED 1U ARM Server
2x M.2 with PCIe Gen4 x4 interface