AMD shows off the guts of its first ARM server chip | Ars Technica

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AMD shows off the guts of its first ARM server chip | Ars Technica.

AMD today gave a detailed look at its first ARM-based server processor, the Opteron A1100 “Seattle.” Seattle has eight 64-bit ARM Cortex-A57 cores arranged into four pairs, with each pair sharing 1MB of level 2 cache. The SoC also includes coprocessor that accelerates AES, elliptic curve, and RSA encryption, SHA hashing, and zlib compression and decompression.

 AMD has a reference micro-ATX board housing one Seattle processor, four DDR3 slots.