British chipmaker ARM Holdings has announced ARM v8-A SVE, a new architecture to build chips for high performance supercomputers and data centers. The new core architecture uses vector computing, a mechanism that simultaneously uses an array of data to execute instruction sets, rather than executing single data items like standard processors. This will allows HPCs (high performance computers), servers and data centers using ARM’s v8-A core architecture to efficiently execute large amounts of data seamlessly, the core requirement of any high performance computer.
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