I introduced the 2nd Generation of AMD EPYC ™ and its world record capabilities for the data center ecosystem when we launched the 2nd Gen in this blog. Now, continuing the legacy of choice without restriction, the next set of AMD EPYC™ 7002 Series Processors brings the world’s highest per-core performance x86 server CPU*. With a balanced architecture, the 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ 7Fx2 processors increase the boost and max frequencies by 500MHz. That, combined with the industry's most robust L3 cache per core ratio, enables applications to optimize each SoC's core capabilities. Make the most of your software investment - especially if paying on a per-core or per-job basis.
Designed to redefine the modern data center, the new processors bring leadership per-core performance for enterprise workloads in hyperconverged infrastructure, commercial HPC, and relational databases. The 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors deliver World Record performance on many industry-standard benchmarks and bring performance leadership into the following areas:
With the AMD EPYC 7Fx2 processors, AMD EPYC CPUs continue to be the new standard for business applications in enterprise data centers and maintain an exceptional focus on real-world outcomes and balanced architecture. At AMD, we are committed to continuing our journey of innovative leadership. A journey focused on bringing the leadership performance and total cost of ownership across key application areas in your data center.
We are grateful to our partners who have collaborated with our engineers for a wide range of data center use cases by engineering solutions that help deliver high performance and efficiency at a lower total cost of ownership:
Altair, Ansys, Asrock, Asus, Atos, AWS, Baidu AI Cloud, Beamr, Broadcom, Cadence, Canonical, Ceph, Cisco, Citrix, Cloudera, Cloudflare, Couchbase, Cray, Datastax, Dassault Systèmes, DellEMC, Docker, Dropbox, Elastic, Ericsson, ESI, Excelero, Foxconn, Gigabyte, Google, H3C, Hadoop, Hetzner, Hortonworks, HPE, IBM Cloud, Inventec, Java, Lenovo, LSTC, MapR, MarkLogic, Mavenir, Mellanox, MemSQL, Mentor, Micron, Microsoft, Microfocus | Vertica, MongoDB, Netscout, Nokia, Nutanix, NVIDIA, Oracle, OVH, Packet, PGS, PostgreSQL, QCT, Quobyte, Redislabs, Rehat, Samsung, SAP, SAS, ScaleMP, Seagate, Siemens, Simplivity, SKhynix, Splunk, SQL Server, Stormagic, Supermicro, SUSE, Synopsys, Tencent Cloud, Transwarp, Tyan, VMware, Weka.io, Western Digital, Wistron, Wiwynn, Xilinx.
Raghu Nambiar is a CVP of Datacenter Ecosystems & Application Engineering for AMD. His postings are his own opinions and may not represent AMD’s positions, strategies or opinions. Links to third party sites or use of third party names/marks are provided for convenience and unless explicitly stated, AMD is not responsible for the contents of such linked sites and no endorsement is implied.