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Changing the game for cloud computing with Neoverse

Daniel Nenni

Staff member
The intention for Neoverse has always been to enable a high-performing, flexible cloud-to-edge infrastructure built for the next era of compute; but when we take a step back to think about what one trillion devices looks like, it is incredible to realize the amount of data that will need to be processed as a result.

Today’s existing infrastructure is not ready for what’s next and computing as we know it is changing. It’s expanding and happening at multiple layers from cloud to edge to endpoint, emphasizing the need for a nimble and strong infrastructure ready to take on more data processing than ever before.

Arm’s Neoverse product portfolio delivers incredibly strong performance-per-watt for cloud-to-edge workloads, as evidenced by the expanding ecosystem and many partners who have adopted Neoverse solutions since the launch in 2018. Today, we are proud to say the Neoverse ecosystem now includes Ampere, who has announced the industry’s first 80-core server processor which is based on the Neoverse N1 Platform!

My latest blog goes into more detail on what today’s news means for Arm, and how building on top of Arm Neoverse platforms is changing the game in cloud computing.

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