Ampere eMag 64-bit ARM Server Platform Targets Intel Data Centers – ExtremeTech

16 and 32-core SKUs
3.0GHz base clock, 3.3GHz Turbo
256KB L2 per pair of cores.
32MB global shared L3 cache
8x DDR4-2667 memory channels (170.7GB/s memory bandwidth)
16 DIMMs, up to 1TB DRAM per socket (most Intel Xeons top out at 768GB)
42 lanes of PCIe 3.0 connectivity

Source: Ampere eMag 64-bit ARM Server Platform Targets Intel Data Centers – ExtremeTech

Supermicro Introduces AI Inference-optimized New GPU Server with up to 20 NVIDIA Tesla T4 Accelerators in 4U

Inference-optimized system extends Supermicro’s leading portfolio of GPU Servers to offer customers an unparalleled selection of AI solutions for Inference, Training, and Deep Learning including Singe-Root, Dual-Root, Scale-up and Scale Out designs

Source: Supermicro Introduces AI Inference-optimized New GPU Server with up to 20 NVIDIA Tesla T4 Accelerators in 4U

Understanding SCSI

  • Small computer systems interface.
  • Upto 16 devices can be daisy chained.
  • Fast SCSI, Ultra SCSI, Ultra Wide SCSI, Ultra2 SCSI,Ultra3 SCSI, Ultra-320 SCSI, Ultra-640 SCSI, iSCSI.
  • Narrow bus(8 devices) vs Wide Bus (16 devices).
  • Requires end device termination.
  • Each SCSI device in a single bus contains unique SCSI ID.
  • Logical Unit Number(LUN) assigned to seperate drives under a storage array.
  • Tips for turning your screen around

    Yesterday I was working with my laptop connected with a remote monitor. I realised the screen in my laptop looks upside down. Not sure I did pressed any key combination or a bug with windows. Searched for the screen turning around and found this good tip. This is with windows 10. May work for other versions also.

    Tips for turning the screen around:

      If you want to turn the screen upside down, press “Ctrl + Alt + down arrow”.
      To turn the screen back to the default position, press “Ctrl + Alt + up arrow”.
      To turn the screen on to the side, press “Ctrl + Alt + left/right arrow”.
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