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  • AmpereOne Announced As Ampere's In-House AArch64 Cloud Native Processor Design

    Phoronix: AmpereOne Announced As Ampere's In-House AArch64 Cloud Native Processor Design

    Last year Ampere Computing announced they were designing their own in-house AArch64 server/cloud processor cores to succeed their current Ampere Altra / Ampere Altra Max processors leveraging Arm Neoverse N1 cores. The company announced today that their first in-house cloud native processor core designs will be marketed under the AmpereOne branding...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...m&px=AmpereOne

  • #2
    Hello AMD, you should buy Ampere, customers wants ARM based solutions and Ampere has proven record of it..

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    • #3
      Originally posted by hetzbh View Post
      Hello AMD, you should buy Ampere, customers wants ARM based solutions and Ampere has proven record of it..
      AMD doesn't need Ampere to be able to design ARM server cores, since they've done it the past. According to Anandtech's interview with Mike Clark Zen was also co-developed with K12, which was supposed to be a custom ARMv8. I'm pretty confident AMD would have no problems with bringing out a modern ARM design if they wanted to.

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      • #4
        Cloud.... of freaking course.
        In the meanwhile, the ARM desktop/workstation market is still an Apple-led monopoly.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tildearrow View Post
          Cloud.... of freaking course.
          In the meanwhile, the ARM desktop/workstation market is still an Apple-led monopoly.
          I don't think PC OEMs really want it, at least not without some bundled feature like Qualcomm's 4G/5G.

          Heck, AMD (allegedly) couldn't even convince OEMs to use Van Gogh.

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