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Arm CoreLink System Guidance for Infrastructure is a collection of resources to provide a representative view of typical compute subsystems that can be designed and implemented using specific generations of Arm IP. These compute subsystems address the expected requirements of a specific segment of the infrastructure market which includes servers, storage and networking.

The System Guidance for Infrastructure product line includes:

Large core count

Small core count

CoreLink SGI-775 System Guidance for Infrastructure

  • Representative 16/14nm process

CoreLink SGI-575 System Guidance for Infrastructure

  • Representative 16/14nm process

 CoreLink SGI-572 System Guidance for Infrastructure

  • CoreLink CCN-512 Cache Coherent Network

  • Representative 16/14nm process

 

CoreLink SGI-775 System Guidance for Infrastructure

SGI-775 is the collection of resources to guide partners looking to design a Server SoC, using Arm Cortex-A75 and CoreLink CMN-600.

Hardware details:

  • Server Based System Architecture (SBSAv3)

  • 32x Cortex-A75 with private L2

  • DynamIQ with L3 Cache options

  • System Level Cache options

  • Up to 4x DDR4-3200 (DMC-620)

Software stack:

  • Standard Platform interfaces with Arm Trusted Firmware

  • Linux Kernel 


CoreLink SGI-575 System Guidance for Infrastructure

SGI-575 is the collection of resources to guide partners looking to design a Server or networking SoC, using Arm Cortex-A75 and CoreLink CMN-600.

Hardware details:

  • Server Based System Architecture (SBSAv3)

  • 8x Cortex-A75 with private L2

  • DynamIQ with L3 Cache options

  • System Level Cache options

  • Up to 2x DDR4-3200 (DMC-620)

Software stack:

  • Standard Platform interfaces with Arm Trusted Firmware

  • Linux Kernel 


CoreLink SGI-572 System Guidance for Infrastructure

SGI-572 is the collection of resources to guide partners looking to design a Server SoC, using Arm Cortex-A72 and CoreLink CCN-512.

Armv8-A hardware:

  • Server Based System Architecture (SBSAv3)

  • 48x Cortex-A72 or 24x Cortex-A53

  • Up to 32MB L3 cache

  • Up to 4x DDR4-3200 (DMC-520)

  • Up to 18 AXI expansion ports

  • I/O Coherent PCIe, Ethernet, Offload

Software stack:

  • Standard Platform interfaces with Arm Trusted Firmware

  • Linux Kernel

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