Arm introduces new chip design for cloud and data center


Arm introduces new chip design for cloud and data center

Arm Ltd, the British chip technology firm owned by SoftBank Group Corp, launched its next generation of data center chip technology called Neoverse V2 to meet the explosive growth of data from 5G and internet-connected gadgets.


It said Neoverse V2 increases power efficiency, although it declined to provide specific numbers. Arm said that chip giant Nvidia Corp’s latest data center processor Grace is built using the Neoverse V2 design.


Arm creates underlying intellectual property that other firms then license to create their own processor chips. Arm’s technology powers most mobile phones, but it has been making a big push into data centre processors.


Dermot O’Driscoll, Arm’s Vice President for product solutions, said, “Our partners are taking this and building very efficient solutions to target the problem spaces that they’re going after. So we do expect to see some pretty compelling data points going from V1 to V2.”


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