Arm rolls out Neoverse V2 upgrades
Arm has responded to hyperscale and HPC customers looking to push cloud workload performance without requiring more power and area by releasing its Neoverse V2 platform (Demeter).
The platform features Arm 's newest V-series core and the Arm CMN-700 mesh interconnect.
Up first on the platform is Nvidia who will utilise the V2 for its Grace data centre CPU.
Grace will combine the power efficiency of V2 with the power efficiency of LPDDR5X memory to deliver 2x performance per watt over servers powered by traditional architectures.
On the blocks for 2023 is Arm 's next-generation N Series CPU which it says will deliver generational increases in both performance and efficiency.
The company's E-Series CPUs addresses data plane processing, 5G RAN, edge networking and accelerators. To support this diverse range of applications, Arm has rolled out the Neoverse E2 platform which combines the Cortex-A510 CPU with the scalable Neoverse CMN-700 and N2 system backplane.
It upgrades performance in constrained applications with a scalable range of core counts, SystemReady compatibility and PCIe, CXL, IO and interfaces.