Arm Announces New Neoverse Compute Subsystems

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Arm today announced two new Neoverse Compute Subsystems (CSS) built on new Neoverse IP for the purpose of “enabling the AI infrastructure on Arm,” according to the company.

The Neoverse CSS V3, for the high-performance V-series portfolio, offers a 50 percent performance-per-socket improvement over CSS N2, and the Neoverse CSS N3, an extension of Arm’s N-series CSS roadmap, delivers 20 percent higher performance-per-watt compared to CSS N2, according to Arm.

In addition, the company said its Arm Total Design ecosystem has grown to more than 20 members in the four months since its founding, and is delivering SoC and chiplet designs at three foundries.

Arm said it is leveraging feedback from the ecosystem “to shape our recently announced Chiplet System Architecture (CSA). CSA begins the journey of defining what a robust interchangeable chiplet ecosystem will look like.”

“Within infrastructure, commodity general-purpose CPUs are no longer sufficient,” stated Mohamed Awad, SVP/GM, Infrastructure Line of Business, Arm. “We are seeing technology giants like AWS, Microsoft and Nvidia re-design and optimize their entire stack, from silicon to software and systems, to meet the performance, efficiency and ultimately TCO requirements of this demanding new workload.”