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Google’s first Arm-based CPU will challenge Microsoft and Amazon in the AI race

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Google is making its own custom Arm-based CPU to support its AI work in data centers and introducing a more powerful version of its Tensor Processing Units (TPU) AI chips. Google’s new Arm-based CPU, dubbed Axion, will be used to support Google’s AI workloads before it rolls out to business customers of Google Cloud “later this year.”

The Axion chips are already powering YouTube ads, the Google Earth Engine, and other Google services. “We’re making it easy for customers to bring their existing workloads to Arm,” says Mark Lohmeyer, Google Cloud’s vice president and general manager of compute and machine learning infrastructure, in a statement to Reuters. “Axion is built on open foundations but customers using Arm anywhere can easily…

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