Amazon Web Services has added Apple’s Arm-powered M1 CPU to its range of cloudy desktop offerings.
The silicon's been pressed into service as a refresh of the bare metal Mac-as-a-service that AWS launched in 2020. Those instances – dubbed "EC2 M1 Mac instances" – used a Mac mini.
That diminutive hardware has again been uplifted into the Amazonian cloud. AWS's Sébastien Stormacq described the offering as powered by a "M1 SoC with 8 CPU cores, 8 GPU cores, 16 GiB of memory, and a 16-core Apple Neural Engine".
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