Arm Gives New Details of Its Data Center Tech, Reveals Clients For It

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Arm informed that its new technology is being used by Marvell Technology Inc to make its own chip

Chip technology firm Arm Ltd., while giving more details about its next-generation data center technology, said that Oracle Corp and Alibaba Group Holdings will use its new chips.

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Arm announced that its ‘N2’ Neoverse computing cores are expected to be about 40 per cent faster than the previous generation. The company’s ‘V1’ cores are designed to handle a different type of math commonly used for artificial intelligence. As per a report by Reuters, the company also said that these cores are expected to be 50 per cent faster than traditional methods of doing the same tasks.

Arm also informed that its new technology is being used by Marvell Technology Inc to make its own chip. In addition to that, it said that Oracle will use Arm-based chips made by Ampere Computing in its growing cloud computing business. Its other client, Chinese technology giant Alibaba, is preparing to offer Arm-based cloud computing services.

In a conversation with Reuters, Arm’s senior vice president and general manager for its infrastructure line of business, Chris Bergey, said that Arm’s approach has been to license its technology to many different chip companies who are taking different approaches to win business from cloud customers.

“We’re all engineers here. There’s different optimization points, there’s different views,” Bergey said. “I don’t think anyone is saying Arm is not a viable alternative.”

The UK-based technology firm, which was recently acquired by Nvidia Corp for $40 billion, has been a key supplier of its intellectual property which companies like Qualcomm use to make their own chips. 

Arm mainly dealt with technology that powers smartphones but is now foraying into the data center chips which had so far been monopolised by few major companies. Intel, who has been the biggest name in the data center chips manufacturing industry, faces aggressive competition in light of Arm’s new developmental efforts. 

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