Arm powers the Arm Neoverse infrastructure platform

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Arm has strengthened its Arm Neoverse product roadmap for processor designs that will power computing infrastructure across a variety of technologies in the future.

The roadmap includes the addition of Arm Neoverse V2, codenamed Demeter, years into the future. Neoverse V2 is the latest Arm core aimed at delivering leadership in per-thread performance for cloud, hyperscale and high-performance computing workloads, Arm CEO Rene Haas said during an online press event today.

“The demand for data is insatiable, from 5G to the cloud to smart cities,” said Chris Bergey, senior vice president of the Infrastructure Line of Business at Arm, in a blog post. “As a society we want more
autonomy, information that feeds our decisions and habits, and connection – to people, stories and

Industry leaders in cloud, 5G, HPC and edge announced during the event that they have chosen Arm Neoverse as the computing foundation for their next-generation infrastructure solutions. Nvidia executives talked about how they are using Arm as part of their three-chip strategy — for CPUs, GPUs and data processing units — with products like the upcoming Grace CPU. Arm has the V-series, N-series and E-series chip designs for various data-centric roles. The N series has been adopted by at least 20 chip companies for future brands, Arm chief Dermot O’Driscoll said.

To cope with these demands, the cloud infrastructure of tomorrow will have to handle the incoming data
burst and efficiently process increasingly complex workloads, Arm said, all while increasing power efficiency and minimizing carbon footprint. This is why the industry is looking more and more at
performance, power efficiency, specialized processing and workload acceleration powered by Arm
Neoverse to redefine and transform the global computing infrastructure.


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Building what is needed, not just what follows

Arm’s roadmap for the coming years.

To date, the Neoverse PC portfolio has enabled partners to adopt Arm-based solutions to
fast pace to address the ever-changing needs of customers and the market. And today Arm shared news
additions to the Neoverse roadmap rooted in scalable efficiency and technological advancement,
While strengthening the commitment to support partners to continue their rapid pace of innovation.

Arm said its hyperscale and HPC customers said they needed to further push cloud workload performance without requiring more power and area. The answer is the Neoverse V2 platform
(Demeter) featuring the latest V-series core and the widely deployed Arm CMN-700 mesh interface. Neoverse V2 will deliver market-leading performance for cloud and HPC workloads and introduces several Armv9 security architecture improvements.

Arm has several partners with Neoverse V2-based designs underway, one of which is Nvidia leveraging V2 as the computing base for the Grace datacenter CPU. Grace will combine the power efficiency of V2 with the power efficiency of LPDDR5X memory to deliver twice the performance per watt in servers powered by traditional architectures. O’Driscoll noted that Nvidia has already said Grace will arrive in 2023.

Additionally, as part of Arm’s continued investment in efficient performance and performance, the company’s next-generation N-series product is in development and will be available to partners in 2023. This next N-series CPU will offer generational increases in both two performance and efficiency compared to the performance of N2.

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