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Vyacheslav Gorlov is the Senior Solutions Architect at ClearScale, a cloud-native systems integration, strategic consulting, and application development company.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is always busy introducing new services, enhancing existing ones, and, quite often, driving trends. However, the company has upped its game even more in recent months.
In the first half of 2020, AWS announced an astonishing number of developments that enable technology interoperability, simplifying legacy feature removal, creating greater flexibility and time-savings for developers, and putting new capabilities at the fingertips of end-users.
You are going to be hearing a lot about ARM processor architecture and not just because ARM, the chipmaker, is being acquired by Nvidia, the leading maker of GPUs – pending the usual political wrangling over such a major acquisition, of course.
Developed in the 80s, ARM processors are finally hitting their stride as companies are embracing ARM-based chips. ARM-based processors combine high-performance RISC designs, lower manufacturing costs, and reduced power consumption, making them ideal for portable devices like smartphones, tablets, and even laptops. More and more companies are designing processors that implement ARM architecture, including big names like Apple, AppliedMicro, Broadcom, Qualcomm, and Samsung Electronics. This year, Apple brought ARM chips into the …
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