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AMD EPYC embedded series processors will power HPE Alletra storage MP solution

AMD has announced that Hewlett Packard Enterprise's new HPE Alletra Storage MP is being powered by AMD EPYC Embedded Series processors. These processors offer high performance and energy efficiency which are necessary for enterprise-class storage systems. With industry-leading connectivity and longevity, they also provide high availability and resilience.The HPE Alletra Storage MP is a versatile storage solution that supports a disaggregated infrastructure with multiple storage protocols on the same hardware. It can scale…

Sapphire Rapids HBM2E CPUs Fall Behind EPYC 3D V-Cache CPUs In Leaked Benchmarks

A well-known blogger has shared perhaps the first performance number of Intel's upcoming Xeon Platinum Sapphire Rapids processors with 60 cores and HBM2E cache.Some of Intel's customers already get PRQ versions (opens in new tab) of select 4th Generation Xeon Scalable Sapphire Rapids processors. Still, the launch of high-volume models has suffered a delay to late 2022, with a full-scale ramp now scheduled for 2023 as the company had to correct certain bugs in silicon and then re-qualify those CPUs with partners. Intel…

AMD’s Zen 4/Ryzen 7000 Chips Are Coming in September

Screenshot: AMDAMD’s new Zen 4 desktop CPU lineup is its first since supply chains have started cleared up, but now it’s releasing in the middle of massive inflation. That hasn’t stopped Lisa Su from coming forward with what, on paper, is looking to be the world’s new fastest set of gaming chips, though. At least until competition like Intel unveils its own next generation lineup.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcH_7xsYtUkTo be fair, AMD’s initial lineup for its Ryzen 7000 desktop processors has been a bit of an open

AMD’s EPYC 9654 96-Core Genoa CPU Pictured as Launch Is Looming

Hardware blogger YuuKi_AnS (opens in new tab) has published a picture of AMD's 96-core EPYC 9000-series processor marked with an actual model number rather than an 'engineering sample' label. The image may indicate that AMD has begun shipping at least some of its next-generation EPYC processors codenamed Genoa to partners, which means that their formal launch is looming.The processor in question is AMD's EPYC 9654, featuring 96 cores, based on the Zen 4 microarchitecture, and carrying 384MB of L3 cache, as some previous…

AMD EPYC ‘Genoa’ Zen 4 CPU Specs Leak: 96 Cores at 360W

A well-known hardware blogger has published a list of AMD's EPYC 9000-series 'Genoa' processors with up to 96 cores that various AMD partners are currently testing. The list includes over a dozen of SKUs, some of which already have model numbers and are production-ready, whereas the rest are still engineering samples (ES). AMD's partners are currently testing 18 different EPYC 9000-series 'Genoa' processor models based on the Zen 4 microarchitecture. The list was published by Yuuki_AnS, a renowned hardware blogger with…

AMD’s Data Center Roadmap: EPYC Genoa-X, Siena Announced, Turin in 2024

AMD revealed its CPU server roadmap at its Financial Analyst Day 2022 and also unveiled 4th-Gen EPYC Genoa-X processors with 3D V-Cache, the edge and telecommunications-focused EPYC Siena, and AMD's first data center APU, the MI300X. In addition, AMD teased the 5th-gen EPYC Turin chips that will launch before the end of 2024.AMD EPYC CPU Server RoadmapHere we can see the AMD server roadmap until the end of 2024. We also have the CPU core roadmap in the second slide, which you can read more about here. The server CPU…

AMD Preps SP6 Socket For Lower-Power EPYC ‘Genoa’ CPUs

To address different types of workloads and customers, AMD intends to offer its 4th Generation EPYC 'Genoa' and 'Bergamo' processors in two form-factors: SP5 for heavy-duty machines and SP6 for compact edge and infrastructure servers. Pictures of AMD's yet unannounced SP6 socket have just emerged. Some modern servers must offer unbeatable performance and throughput no matter power, heat, and dimensions; others must maintain decent power consumption and relative compactness. Since different kinds of servers tend to have…

AMD, Google Partner in Unprecedented, EPYC Cybersecurity Effort

AMD and Google have announced an intricate, deep-level collaboration on cybersecurity research for AMD's server-class EPYC CPUs — one that's now been running for five years. According to Wired, the partnership leveraged two Google Cloud Security research teams alongside Google's Project Zero (a cybersecurity research arm within the company), and AMD's firmware group. The aim was to put AMD's hardware and secure processors through their paces via seemingly unprecedented access to AMD's source code and security mechanisms.…

AMD to Fuse FPGA AI Engines Onto EPYC Processors, Arrives in 2023

(Image credit: Tom's Hardware)AMD announced during its earnings call that it will infuse its CPU portfolio with Xilinx's FPGA-powered AI inference engine, with the first products slated to arrive in 2023. The news indicates that AMD is moving swiftly to incorporate the fruits of its $54 billion Xilinx acquisition into its lineup, but it isn't entirely surprising — the company's recent patents indicate it is already well underway in enabling multiple methods of connecting AI accelerators to its processors, including using…