Surprise today Huawei announced that it is the most powerful ARM processor in the market for servers, the Kunpeng 920, which promises a remarkable performance leap in Big Data computing, storage distribution, and energy-efficient ARM applications.

Huawei Kunpeng 920

For this, this processor manufactured for a process of 7nm counts in with 64 cores at a frequency of 2.60 GHz promising an improvement in the performance of 25 percent compared to the industry standard, while energy consumption is reduced by up to 30 percent. To make it even more attractive compared to other rivals, it has a memory controller Octa(8)-Channel DDR4 which allows you to increase the bandwidth by 46 percent compared to its rivals, all of which support new standards such as interfaces PCI-Express 4.0 and CCIX to achieve a bandwidth of up to 640 Gbps.

O Kunpeng 920 will arrive first in the servers of TaiShan forming three models: the TaiShan 2280, a U2 model with 2x sockets that will support up to 28x NVD SSD storage units; O TaiShan 5280/5290 4U with storage capacity of up to 10 petabytes; and the TaiShan X6000, a 2U of 4 nodes that can host Up to 10,240 cores per rack.