Ampere Computing and NVIDIA announced the expansion of the AICAN game streaming platform, which was first launched in 2022 in China. This service is focused on Arm-compatible projects: the gameplay can be broadcast in high resolution – up to 4K.
The platform is based on two-socket systems with Ampere Altra Max processors with up to 128 cores, as well as NVIDIA A16 accelerators (up to four per server). The service provides the launch, rendering and streaming of games to any remote user device.
The updated AICAN platform can support up to 160 simultaneous sessions at [email protected] or up to 64 sessions at [email protected] per node. This ensures that the service can handle the growing load and serve a large number of users.
The AICAN platform is optimized to use NVIDIA accelerators that provide end-to-end low-latency rendering, decoding, and streaming. NVIDIA ConnectX adapters and BlueField DPUs are used. AICAN now includes new servers from a range of vendors, including the Supermicro ARS-210M-NR Modular System, Gigabyte G242-P35 nodes, and Inspur Aoqin and Huaqin P6410.
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