Probably by the end of the month
AMD’s server boss Dan McNamara said the company should make its EPYC 7003-series processors with 3D V-Cache available in March.
EC2 Hpc6a Instances for HPC Workloads
AMD’s new EPYC chips are behind Amazon’s EC2 Hpc6a Instance Optimised High-Performance Computing (HPC) product.
128 cores (256 threads) of processing power to play with
IBM Cloud has released Bare Metal Servers using the newly released third-generation AMD EPYC processors.
804MB of total cache per socket
AMD has unveiled its 3rd gen AMD EPYC Milan-X CPU, a beast with 3D V-Cache, up to 64 Zen 3 cores, and an 804MB of total cache per socket, promising up to 50 percent average uplift across targeted workloads.
Genoa Zen 4 and Bergamo Zen 4c, with up to 96 and 128 cores
During its Accelerated Data Center keynote, AMD has disclosed some impressive details about its upcoming Zen 4-based EPYC lineup, including details about the 4th generation EPYC, and two segments it will cover.
Cloudy EPYC business
AMD has hired a former Intel data centre executive to lead the cloud business for the chipmaker’s EPYC processors as it seeks to take more server market share away from its rival.
One of the fastest in the world
AMD today joined the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and others in unveiling the new Perlmutter supercomputer powered by AMD EPYC 7003 Series processors and Nvidia GPUS.
The Crays are now EPYC
AMD announced that AMD EPYC 7003 Series processors will be used to power a new supercomputer for the National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) Singapore, the national high-performance computing (HPC) resource center dedicated to supporting science and engineering computing needs.
More Epyc results in Finland
AMD and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) today announced another big super computer based around AMD EPYC CPUs and AMD Instinct GPUs.
Sales up 26 percent thanks to Ryzen and Epyc
AMD reported better than expected second quarter results as sales surged 26 percent on strong demand for Ryzen PC chips and Epyc server processors.