Ampere provides high performance in tandem with power efficiency through the adoption of the Arm Neoverse core and architecture.

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Ampere is reinventing the server CPU with a focus on predictable high performance, scalability, security, and power efficiency. Ampere delivers to developers the most optimized architecture needed to power the future of cloud computing workloads while insisting that this be done with the least amount of energy possible.


Platforms

Ampere provides easy to adopt 1U and 2U reference systems which enable developers to quickly assemble functional systems with industry-leading core density of up to 80 cores per CPU, memory bandwidth of up to 8 channels per socket, and IO fanout of up to 128 lanes of PCIeG4 with multiplexed support for CCIX accelerators.

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Solutions

Ampere processors are uniquely suited to a variety of cloud and edge workloads. This includes cloud native workloads which are containerized and fully orchestrated to deliver optimal service performance.

The Arm architecture allows Ampere to focus on power efficiency, which makes building server infrastructure more energy-efficient and therefore cost-effective.

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Partners

Ampere is partnered with Arm to deliver a leading CPU architecture. Ampere also works across the industry from hardware suppliers to software, systems, and services to make their CPUs more accessible, compatible and performant.

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Resources


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Answered Arm64 Long Format Translation Table Walk
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Answered Is there documentation somewhere to help folks develop their own UEFI/EBBR/SBBR to get rid of U-Boot?
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  • Server Base Boot Requirements (SBBR)
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Answered Are there any standard boot protocols for Edge and IoT devices? 0 votes 164 views 1 replies Latest 7 days ago by fixxxer Answer this
Answered Arm64 Long Format Translation Table Walk Latest 23 hours ago by angeld 2 replies 209 views
Suggested answer Apply Low pass filter using CMSIS Latest yesterday by fixxxer 1 replies 75 views
Answered Where can I find more information regarding CI/CD support for AArch64? Latest 5 days ago by Eric Van Hensbergen 5 replies 475 views
Answered Is there documentation somewhere to help folks develop their own UEFI/EBBR/SBBR to get rid of U-Boot? Latest 6 days ago by poddingue 2 replies 241 views
Suggested answer Using Geppetto Design Tools for Infrastructure Solutions Latest 7 days ago by fixxxer 1 replies 262 views
Answered Are there any standard boot protocols for Edge and IoT devices? Latest 7 days ago by fixxxer 1 replies 164 views