Huawei Kunpeng

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Kunpeng is a series of ARM CPUs from Chinese telecoms giant Huawei which is used in Huaweis TaiShen Servers. There is also a desktop motherboard with a Kunpeng CPU available. Kunpeng boards use regular DDR4 RAM and have regular PCIe slots. The Linux kernel has Kunpeng support and the SUSE, Ubuntu and CentOS distributions are officially supported by Huawei.

CPU Variants

CPU Kunpeng 916 Kunpeng 920-3226 Kunpeng 920-4826 Kunpeng 920-6426
Cores 32 32 48 64
GHz 2.4 2.6 2.6 2.6
TDP 75W 120W 150W 180W
nm 7 7 7 7
RAM capabilities 4-channel DDR4 8-channel DDR4 8-channel DDR4 8-channel DDR4
Interconnects 2-socket 2-socket 2/4-socket 2/4-socket
Connectivity PCI 3.0 / 10G Ethernet PCIe 4.0 / 100G Ethernet / CCIX PCIe 4.0 / 100G Ethernet / CCIX PCIe 4.0 / 100G Ethernet / CCIX

Boards And Products

Huawei has several server variants based on Kunpeng. The Huawei TaiShan Server Data Sheet has an overview of the ready to use servers.

Huawei is also selling a dual-socket server board, Kunpeng Server Board. Price is not indicated on their product-page.

Huawei has a single-socket desktop version based on the Kunpeng 920 available. The Kunpeng Desktop Board product-page has no pricing or information indicating where it can be acquired. The board has 6 SATA ports, 2 M.2 SSD slots, 4 DDR4 RAM slots (max 64 GB) and 2 LOM NICs.

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