AMD Boosts Data Center and AI Capabilities with Cutting-Edge EPYC CPUs and Next-Gen Instinct Accelerator

AMD elevates the data center landscape with its new EPYC CPUs and groundbreaking Instinct Accelerator, laying the groundwork for the next generation of high-performance CPU and AI solutions.

Updated Jun 14, 2023 | 01:30 PM IST

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AMD Boosts Data Center and AI Capabilities

AMD Boosts Data Center and AI Capabilities

  • AMD extends its 4th Gen EPYC™ processor family, introducing cloud and technical computing solutions, including the AMD EPYC 97X4 processors with 128 “Zen 4c” cores per socket.
  • AMD unveils the AI Platform strategy and the AMD Instinct™ MI300 Series accelerator family, designed to boost generative AI workloads.
  • AMD presents its robust networking portfolio, including the AMD Pensando™ DPU and AMD Ultra Low Latency NICs, set to revolutionize cloud and enterprise computing.
If you thought AMD was going to sit back and bask in its recent triumphs, think again! Today, at the riveting "Data Center and AI Technology Premiere," AMD tossed its chips into the ring with an impressive lineup of products, showcasing its grand strategy and significant partners who are all set to redefine the future of computing.

Revolutionizing the Data Center Realm with EPYC CPUs

First on AMD's buffet is the expanded 4th Gen EPYC™ processor family, built to revolutionize the way data centers handle cloud and technical computing workloads. The newly revealed AMD EPYC 97X4 processors, aptly codenamed “Bergamo,” are a force to reckon with, boasting 128 “Zen 4c” cores per socket - the highest vCPU density in the industry.
The EPYC processors are not just all brawn; they offer outstanding energy efficiency, and social media behemoth Meta testifies to their effectiveness, highlighting how the 4th Gen AMD EPYC 97x4 processors have significantly boosted performance across various workloads compared to their 3rd Gen counterparts.

Bridging AI Vision with Reality

The big AMD reveal wasn't just about CPUs. The tech giant showcased its AI Platform strategy, introducing the AMD Instinct™ MI300 Series accelerator family. The star of this series, the AMD Instinct MI300X accelerator, is heralded as the world's most advanced accelerator for generative AI.
Paired with AMD's robust software ecosystem, ROCm™, the Instinct accelerators promise an 'out of the box' experience for developers, compatible with a wide range of AI models powered by PyTorch.

Future-Proof Networking Portfolio

In its bid to dominate the data center landscape, AMD also flaunted a solid networking portfolio, including the AMD Pensando™ DPU and AMD Ultra Low Latency NICs. The next generation in AMD's DPU roadmap, the codenamed "Giglio," promises enhanced performance and power efficiency and is slated for a late-2023 release.

Unveiling the Future Today

With these thrilling announcements, AMD has made one thing crystal clear: It's determined to stay ahead of the curve, embracing the future today and shaping the computing landscape of tomorrow.
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