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.
AMD EPYC next gen High Performance computing servers
Super Micro said that the German Center for Scientific Computing (CSC) has chosen Supermicro’s 4U 8 GPU A+ server with PCI-E Gen 4 and 200Gb/s networking (AS -4124GS-TNR) as the foundation for their next generation of High-Performance Computing (HPC) servers.
Including the seventh fastest supercomputer
AMD has announced multiple new high-performance computing wins for AMD EPYC processors, including the seventh fastest supercomputer in the world and four of the 50 highest-performance systems on the bi-annual TOP500 list.
VxRail systems hit the streets
Tin box shifter Dell has released two new VxRail systems and introduced AMD EPYC processors.
Two AMD EPYC 7742 64-core/128-thread CPUs
At its digital GPU Technology Conference 2020 which kicked off today, Nvidia officially announced the new Amper architecture based GA100 GPU, including the A100 Tensor Core GPU which will be a part of the DGX A100 AI System, and it appears that that same system will be powered by none other than two AMD EPYC CPUs.
Hawk can manage 26 Petaflops
The High-Performance Computing Centre of the University of Stuttgart (HLRS) just switched on its new supercomputer, called "Hawk" which features a ton of AMD 2nd Gen EPYC processors under the bonnet.
Intel starts biting its nails
AMD has released the second generation of its processor chip for data centres and said that it had already landed Alphabet, Google and Twitter as customers.
All about Navi, Zen 2 and EPYC
TAITRA, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council, has announced that AMD's President and CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, will be holding a keynote at the Computex 2019 with a topic of "The Next Generation of High-Performance Computing", hinting that it will be all about 3rd generation Ryzen, Navi GPU architecture, and upcoming 7nm EPYC datacenter processors.
Still will have 90 per cent
Intel's server processor market share is likely to fall below 90 percent by the end of 2020, as AMD with its EPYC series continues to attract more orders from server vendors and cloud service providers.
Will use a different design similar to mobile parts
According to post-CES details showing up online, it appears that AMD will not use the same chiplet design for its next-gen APUs, keeping the chiplet design for its 2nd generation EPYC and 3rd generation Ryzen desktop CPUs.