The latest rumor related to AMD's next-gen Zen 4 CPU architecture says the company will be doubling down on the core count, literally, to 128 cores in its next-gen Zen 4 based EPYC server lineup.
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Gigabyte has launched over 40 new server products that use AMD's newly announce EPYC 7003 Series processors. The firm said the CPU excels at high-performance computing a data analytics.
AMD's third-gen EPYC processors, codenamed Milan, will be launched next week on the 15th via a digital event. The event will be streamed on the AMD EPYC events page from 8 a.m. PT or 11 a.m. ET.
AMD today announced its earnings for Q3 2020, reporting $2.8 billion in revenue, a 45% increase over Q2. Strong Ryzen and EPYC processor sales led to a 148% increase in net income this quarter.
The AMD-powered C5a instances offer high performance while consuming 10% less cost compared to its competitors. They come in eight sizes and are generally available starting today.
AMD's next-gen Epyc and Instinct will be inside the El Capitan exascale supercomputer. Expected to be the fastest Supercomputer ever, it will be overlooking U.S. nuclear research operations.
AMD has launched two new EPYC processors; the AMD EPYC 7662 and the AMD EPYC 7532. They're available in Dell and Supermicro servers with HPE and Lenovo launching products in the coming months.
Samsung has announced a new SSD and memory designed for AMD's new EPYC 7002 processors. The new PM1733 SSD can store up to 30.72TB, while the new memory has capacities up to 256GB.
The software giant has announced a preview of its Lv2-series Azure virtual machines which support AMD's EPYC processors. Specifically, the one highlighted is the dual-socket EPYC 7551.