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Arm Servers are great for developers testing and porting their applications from legacy x86 machines, and to ensure compatibility with Arm processors and platforms. Arm cores power most smartphones, tablets, some Windows laptops (Snapdragon 8cx) and the new Mac M1 chip is replacing Apple’s current Intel-based product lineup. The architecture is gaining traction rapidly in general compute purposes. Amazon, Oracle, and Equinix Metal offer big Arm Servers, ready for enterprise workloads. But for just getting started, early exploration, and smaller workloads, miniNodes hosted Arm Servers are a great fit.
Development and prototyping for IoT applications and use-cases, Edge AI / machine learning / computer vision exploration, containerization, backup/failover capacity, or simply reducing your carbon footprint (does your application *really* need 24 Xeon Platinum cores?) are just some of the many reasons to get started on hosted Arm Servers.