Ampere Computational Solutions

Ampere® Altra® Processors are designed to scale. Period. High-performance compute workloads are no exception. See how Altra can make your workload scale...

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Computational Workloads

With up to 160 SIMD units per processor on Altra® and 256 units on Altra Max, computational workloads that are built to scale perform well on Ampere® Altra®. Computational workloads are divied up here in several categories to allow quick review of various high-performance compute applications.

AI - Inference

AI Inference, the practical application workhorse of modern Artifical Intelligence infrastructure

Video Transcode and Delivery

Video Transcode workloads are the backbone of CDN networks and social media sites across the internet. Find all aspects of the Video delivery stack for content distribution and processing here.

X86 applications

Box86 enables running x86 (Linux) applications on non-x86 Linux systems. Integrated with DynaRec (dynamic recompiler) and by using native library box86 enable high performance on GPU based applictions. (Source from As Ampere Altra and Altra Max can support both 32 and 64 applications, Box86 are natively supported on Ampere platforms.

Remote rendering, simulation, and visualization

Remote rendering, simulation and visualization are important for big dataset, computational demanding simulations, etc. The applications include CFD (aerodynamic design, weather prediction, etc), centralized computer aided systems (AR/VR), big data set (like BIM). Together with partners, Ampere has enabled various GPUs on Ampere Altra and Altra Max platforms. Servers support large RAM, SSD, multiple GPUs, and multiple CPUs are available for large data set with demanding simulation tasks.

Results which are reported as "Unverified" imply that we were unable to collect a result due to an issue within our test infrastructure. When we root-cause an Unverified result the write-up will appear in the Test Notes section of the solution page for the software under test. An unverified test result does not imply an issue with the software under test - it means only that Ampere was unable to confirm one or more steps in our verification process.