AMD Unveils Data Center Processors

Within the framework of the event “together we advance_data centers”, in San Francisco, amd has announced the general availability of the 4th Generation AMD EPYC processors for the data center, same that have unmatched performance for mission-critical workloads in the cloudthe companies and high performance computing.

the 4a Generation of AMD EPYC Processors, aimed at equipping the data center, they bring new architecture, technology and state-of-the-art features to the modern Data Center. Based on the “Zen 4” core, AMD’s highest productivity coreprocessors offer leading performance, energy efficiency and help customers accelerate data center modernization for more application benefits and more actionable insights.

“This is a turning point for the data center industry. The new AMD EPYC Processors enable our partners and customers to create amazing, high-performance, energy-efficient solutions that support the industry’s insatiable demand for compute and productivity,” said Dr. Lisa Su, AMD president and CEO. “Our momentum in the Data Center is undeniable. Not only is AMD EPYC 4th Generation setting a new benchmark for server CPUs, but we also offer an unparalleled lineup of data center technology across CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, adaptive SOCs, and DPUs that position us well for long-term growth and increased share of the Data Center.”

Accelerate results and drive actionable insights for business and the data center

The 4th Generation AMD EPYC Processors they are designed to deliver optimizations across all market segments and applications, while helping businesses free up data center resources to create additional processing workloads and accelerate production.

With 4th Generation AMD EPYC Processors, businesses can:

Support performance and efficiency. With up to 96 cores in a single processor, the new AMD EPYC Processors allow customers to deploy fewer servers with more power to continue to meet their computing needs. This allows them to drive greater flexibility within the Data Center that can be leveraged to address business sustainability goals and real-world benefits.

Help maintain data security. Through a “security by design” approach, AMD continues to offer enhanced security features on x86 CPUs. 4th Generation AMD EPYC Processor Series Extends AMD Infinity Guard, a set of cutting-edge features that offer physical and virtual layers of protection. With twice as many encryption keys as previous generations, EPYC 4th Generation Processors help customers keep data secure, whether it’s stored locally, in the cloud, or on a storage drive.

Use the latest features and architectures in the industry. These processors continue to provide customers with an all-inclusive feature set, where customers simply choose the number of cores and frequency that suit their workload needs. The 4th Generation AMD EPYC Processor includes support for DDR5 and PCIe Gen 5 memory, which are critical for AI and ML applications. Additionally, these processors support CXL 1.1+ for memory expansion, helping customers meet demands for increased workload capacity in memory.

All of these features and capabilities ultimately enable customers and the data center use AMD processors to drive infrastructure consolidation with similar or better performance; thus helping to reduce the costs and energy consumption of your data center.