Data centre chip startup Ampere to release more powerful processor

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Data centre chip startup Ampere to release more powerful processor

Tries to court cloud computing customers.

Ampere, the data centre chip startup led by former Intel executives and backed by Oracle, on Tuesday announced a more powerful processor in its efforts to court cloud computing customers. The Santa Clara, California-based company said its new chip, the Altra Max, will have 128 computing cores, ...

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