LF Collaboration Summit: ARM Servers for the Next Generation Data Center and Cloud

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From Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit 2015, as presented by Larry Wikelius of Cavium Inc on 2015 02-18.

ARM-powered servers for cloud computing and data center servers took a big step forward when Cavium recently announced availability of the industry’s first 48-core family of ARMv8 workload optimized processors.

Delivering the highest core counts and most comprehensive set of I/O and accelerators in the market, ThunderX-based solutions are fully optimized for a targeted set of highly scalable workloads. In his talk, Larry Wikelius, who spearheads ecosystems and partner enablement for Cavium, will discuss growing momentum for ARMv8-based servers for hyperscale data center, cloud servers, big data and scale out computing as well as share new performance benchmark data. In addition, developments in the networking and carrier space are quickly mobilizing behind programs like The Open NFV Organization. The Linux Foundation, Xen Project, Open Compute Project and Linaro are also key.