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Neoverse N1 makes debut in new AWS cloud instances

Daniel Nenni

Staff member
By: Chris Bergey,
SVP and GM, Infrastructure Line of Business, Arm

Many of you will remember one year ago on stage at re:Invent, Peter Desantis announced all new AWS EC2 A1 instances powered by Arm Neoverse-based AWS Graviton processors. For modern cloud datacenters, this was the realization of the benefit of bringing new, more efficient computing choices to an otherwise x86-dominated market.

Twelve months and many deployments of Arm-based EC2 A1 instances later, AWS CEO Andy Jassy announced in his keynote yesterday the Graviton2 processor, which will power a new generation of instances in the AWS general purpose, compute optimized, and memory optimized portfolios. The new general purpose Arm Neoverse-based instance, named M6g, delivers up to 40% better price performance over the Intel Xeon-based 5th generation instances, delivering the high-performance required for demanding, compute-heavy and memory-intensive workloads.

Best of all, these new Graviton2-based instances are the first-to-market using the Arm Neoverse N1 platform! In my blog, you can read more about what this news means to Arm and how it further cements the commitment we made at the launch of Arm Neoverse in 2018.
If you would like to speak with Arm about this news please contact