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Talking Datacenter Computing With The CEOs Of AMD And Supermicro

Sponsored Feature: With every server CPU launch, component and system maker Supermicro always wants to be at the front of the line to offer its channel partners and large direct customer base the opportunity to get systems based on the hottest new technologies.

Talking Datacenter Computing With The CEOs Of AMD And Supermicro was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

Why AMD “Genoa” Epyc Server CPUs Take The Heavyweight Title

The server CPU racket is not an easy one. It would be tough to find a more difficult business, and it gets harder to compete each year as computing becomes more and more focused at the hyperscalers and cloud builders, who demand the best for the least money.

Why AMD “Genoa” Epyc Server CPUs Take The Heavyweight Title was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

Mashing Up CXL And OpenCAPI For Shared Disaggregated Memory

The industry is impatient for disaggregated and shared memory for a lot of reasons, and many system architects don’t want to wait until PCI-Express 6.0 or 7.0 transports are in the field and the CXL 3.0 and beyond protocols that ride on it to reach out to external memory have been tweaked to do proper sharing across servers.

Mashing Up CXL And OpenCAPI For Shared Disaggregated Memory was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

Cutting To The Front Of The Server CPU Line

In case you haven’t figured it out yet, if you are not one of the hyperscalers or one of the biggest cloud builders, then you are a second class citizen, or maybe even third class, when it comes to the semiconductors that go into different part of the systems that run your organization.

Cutting To The Front Of The Server CPU Line was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

Hyperscalers And Clouds Lift Arista Networks Sky High

A massive buildout of infrastructure is happening within the datacenter walls of at least several of the hyperscalers and large clouds in the world if the financial results of Arista Networks, the upstart switch maker that has been taking on Cisco Systems in the datacenter with machines based on merchant silicon for more than a decade.

Hyperscalers And Clouds Lift Arista Networks Sky High was written by Timothy Prickett Morgan at The Next Platform.

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