• AMD and Cray collaborate on world’s fastest supercomputer

    Our strong momentum continues to grow! Last week, we celebrated a solid first quarter and our company’s 50th anniversary. Today , Lisa joined U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry, Oak Ridge ...
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  • AMD and Nutanix Collaborate to Bring Freedom of Choice to the Datacenter

    As AMD celebrates 50 years as a company, one of our latest innovations for the enterprise, the AMD EPYC™ processors, have gained momentum across datacenter and cloud computing segments. One of the key ...
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  • Get More Productivity, Professional and Protection features with AMD Ryzen™ PRO and Athlon™ PRO Mobile Processors

    We understand your business. You need fast devices to keep up with your business, security features to help keep your data safe and manageability to keep your fleet organized and up to date. Upgrade Your Experience an...
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  • AMD EPYC 7371, Bringing Speed to HPC Workloads

    While numerous HPC workloads benefit from the core performance and industry leading memory bandwidth[i] of the AMD EPYC™ 7000 series process family there’s a set of workloads that only scale when they get ...
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  • Evolving system design for High Performance Computing

    Today, I had the pleasure to address attendees at the 2019 Rice Oil & Gas HPC conference and discuss AMD’s vision for the HPC community and how the required compute power can continue to grow. With 5.6 milli...
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  • Making Telecoms EPYC at Mobile World Congress

    The telecommunications world is starting its annual pilgrimage to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress. At the show, you can imagine that we’ll once again hear about the latest and greatest smartphones, the progr...
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  • AMD EPYC Makes a Strong Case for Containerized Apps

    We have talked a lot about the value proposition for EPYC™ processors in virtualized environments, including a potential TCO savings of up to 45% in scenarios where AMD estimates competitive dual-socket system c...
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  • A Great Time to Move to AMD EPYC on Azure

    Performance. Optimization. Security. These are the building blocks for the AMD EPYC™ processor and what every customer can expect when they use AMD EPYC. Whether in an enterprise datacenter, a high-performance c...
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  • Chromebooks™ Powered by AMD A-series processors for Students and Teachers

    Accelerated Learning, Creation and Consumption for Students and Teachers Inspire students and teachers with incredible visuals for the interactive classroom. Chromebooks™ powered by AMD A-series processors offe...
    created by dtjong
  • Windows Notebooks Powered by AMD A-series processors for Students and Teachers

    Accelerated Learning, Creation and Consumption for Students and Teachers Inspire students and teachers with incredible visuals for the interactive classroom. Windows devices powered by AMD A-series processors offer s...
    created by dtjong
  • HPE and AMD: A Year Later

    What a year for the AMD and HPE teams! Only six months ago, I blogged about the AMD EPYC™ team heading to HPE Discover in Las Vegas and now we’re finishing up with HPE Discover in Madrid. It’s been a...
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  • Building an HPC Software Ecosystem

    High-performance computing (HPC) has grown to a point where it is a critical component of new technology advancements in academia and a wide array of industries in both the public and private sectors. Scientific resea...
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  • EPYC™ Momentum in the Channel

    Previously, I covered the arrival of the AMD EPYC processor era in the channel and the commencement of a revolutionary journey in the datacenter. Today I’m pleased to give an update and highlight a few of the ke...
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  • AMD EPYC™ Processor Support for Microsoft’s Project Olympus Adds Radeon™ Instinct GPU Acceleration

    This week at the Open Compute EU Summit in Amsterdam I had the pleasure of rolling out along with ZT Systems and Microsoft, a powerful new addition to the AMD EPYC processor ecosystem. A leading provider to hyperscale...
    created by scott.aylor
  • The Datacenter Trends Supporting AMD EPYC™ Processors

    The complexity of the technology and the pace of innovation in the datacenter can be dizzying for anyone working in the space. What really excites me about AMD EPYC™ processors is that the tangible benefits of o...
    created by dan.bounds
  • Enabling a 4K Casino Gaming Experience, Welcome to AMD Embedded

    As the world of console, PC and handheld gaming evolves with higher resolution displays, more intense rendering and more vibrant colors, the casino gaming market is following suit. The new normal for a typical casino ...
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  • Hard work pays off: Industry Analysts recognize Ryzen™ Pro processors' commercial momentum

    When AMD CEO Lisa Su told BARRON’S what it takes to be successful in the IT industry, she said: “What you need to be successful is, you need to execute, you need to have attractive markets, you need to hav...
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  • AMD Embedded x86, The Building Blocks of IoT and Edge Compute

    As companies ramp up IoT and Edge Compute endeavors, the AMD Embedded product portfolio is well positioned to help customers solve the challenges presented by the increasing complexity of today’s edge environmen...
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  • AMD EPYC and VMware Part of a Bright Future in HCI

    Recently, during a larger briefing on AMD in the Enterprise, I gave an AMD EPYC™ processor update to press and analysts on our progress since we launched last June. It was satisfying to pause for a few minutes, ...
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  • HPE Discover: Accelerating What’s Next with the AMD EPYC™ Portfolio

    The AMD EPYC™ team is on the road again, and the next stop is HPE Discover. I’m headed to Las Vegas next week on the heels of our latest announcement, delivered by Dr. Lisa Su at Computex earlier this mont...
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