Google Cloud Embraces Arm Neoverse CPUs

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Leading cloud service provider, Google Cloud has adopted the Arm Neoverse platform with the recently launched Tau T2A virtual machines.

According to Google Cloud, users can now access the Tau T2A VMs powered by Ampere Altra CPU comprising the latest Arm Neoverse N1 core. Users can now leverage the cost and energy efficiency of the Neoverse platform.

Advantages of the new Tau T2A VMs include:

  • Cost-efficient Pricing
  • Broader support for numerous Operating Systems
  • Exceptional Single-threaded performance
  • Energy-efficient
  • ISVs
  • Google Cloud Services

Google Cloud believes modern CPU designs like Arm are a vital asset for the adoption of cloud technology and minimizing carbon emissions thereby allowing enterprises to meet the challenging sustainability objectives.

And, Neoverse was founded based on the principle that every cloud computing should be efficient, sustainable, and effective.

As Arm processors are being used in smartphones, wearables, laptops, 5G equipment, and now within the cloud servers. This shows energy efficiency and the high-performing arena of cloud computing.

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