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News Anandtech: Marvell Announces ThunderX3: 96 Cores & 384 Thread 3rd Gen Arm Server Processor

Gideon

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I posted the same thing, but decided to rename the thread. I Guess it isn't really helping to consolidate threads :D

 

DisEnchantment

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Zen 4 SMT4 CONFIRMED
:p


Jokes aside,

Interesting take here from Marvell. Marvell seems to think AMD's core chiplet philosophy which is key to their exascale pakaging strategy a weak point.


MarvellTX3_5.jpg

I was able to spin some ARM nodes to do native compilation for a Tegra IOT Target to deploy from our Edge servers. I don't exactly recollect but I believe they could have been Centriq based clusters.

Turns out it was far easier for me and faster to just compile arm64 code on x86 using docker multiarch images.

We deploy binaries/assets/content from a docker CI/CD pipe, managed with Kubernetes to both arm64 and amd64 targets.

I need to see what new stuff I can see in my subscription for this new type of cluster. Although I don't wanna break what works.
 

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