Last week AMD pre-announced its next-generation EPYC processors, code-named Rome. These new processors are set to be officially announced next year, but will feature up to 64 cores using eight 7nm chiplets surrounding a central 14nm IO die. This week is the annual Supercomputing conference, focusing on high-performance computing, where all the big OEMs with server offerings as well as supercomputing centers get to promote their latest and greatest. One of them is the High Performance Computing Center based in Stuttgart, Germany, who disclosed some information about their new ‘Hawk’ system.
At AMD’s Next Horizon event this week, the company disclosed for the first time the layout of its next generation EPYC processor, the new Vega Radeon Instinct datacenter compute...52 by Ian Cutress yesterday
AMD on Tuesday formally announced its next-generation EPYC processor code-named Rome. The new server CPU will feature up to 64 cores featuring the Zen 2 microarchitecture, thus providing at...66 by Anton Shilov on 11/6/2018
AMD's 2019 is set to be full of 7nm products, and on the back of AMD's New Horizon event on 2016, today it is hosting part two: Next Horizon...99 by Ian Cutress on 11/6/2018
Earlier today on their Investor Relations website, AMD posted notice of a new event. Dubbed “AMD Next Horizon”, the event is currently slated for November 6th – no time...10 by Ryan Smith on 11/1/2018
AMD has announced that its CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, is to hold the stage for one of CES 2019's daily keynotes. The company stated in the press release that...50 by Anton Shilov on 10/3/2018