AWS boosts its infrastructure for memory-intensive tasks
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced availability of its new Amazon EC2 M7g and R7g instances, the latest generation of instances for memory-intensive applications and running Amazons custom Arm processor, known as Graviton3.
This is the second offering of Graviton3-based instances from AWS. It previously announced specific instances for compute-intensive workloads last May.
Both the M7g and the R7g instances deliver up to 25% higher performance than equivalent sixth-generation instances. Part of the performance bump comes from the adoption of DDR5 memory, which offers up to 50% higher memory bandwidth than DDR4. But there’s also considerable performance gain from the new Graviton3 chip.
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