Server Base System Architecture

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The Server Base System Architecture (SBSA) is a hardware system architecture for servers based on 64-bit ARM processors.[1][2][3][4]

It attempts to standardize PE features and key aspects of system architecture. It specified features which firmware, OS and hypervisors can rely on, to enable a suitably-built single OS image to run on all hardware compliant with this specification.

The architecture compliance suite to check if a system is compliant to the SBSA specification is available as open source software. It can be downloaded from https://github.com/ARM-software/sbsa-acs.

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  1. ^ Peter Bright (30 January 2014). "ARM finally defines a platform as it sets its sights on the server room". Ars Technica.
  2. ^ Johan De Gelas (29 January 2014). "ARM and Partners Deliver First ARM Server Platform Standard". AnandTech.
  3. ^ "ARM Ecosystem Collaborates to Deliver Initial Server Platform Standard" (Press release). ARM Holdings. 29 January 2014.
  4. ^ Jonathan Corbet (5 February 2014). "ARM, SBSA, UEFI, and ACPI". LWN.net.