From the latest news coverage, corporate announcements, and much more, these blogs offer information about how AMD is driving innovation in high-performance computing, graphics and visualization technologies.
The launch of AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ 7000 processors builds on AMD's proven workstation track record and continues the company's history of providing incredible performance to the most demanding workstation customers. Like the earlier Threadripper 3000 series, the Threadripper 7000 series pushes the performance envelope with higher CPU IPC, more RAM bandwidth, support for new types of memory, and myriad additional improvements.
At AMD, we are proud to be founding members and key contributors of the UEC. Leading technology companies formed it to focus on tuning the Ethernet foundation for high-performance Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and High-Performance Computing (AI/ML/HPC) workloads. We believe it is the natural progression of our core AMD products, like AMD EPYC™ server processors and AMD Instinct™ MI Series accelerators as well as our growing Alveo SmartNIC portfolio. With all these great products to choose from, we need a robust, tuned network to connect them.
Since then, Lenovo has supplied us with the same laptop, but with a large-capacity 86Wh battery. Here, we’ll reveal our comparison testing results and share some important lessons about balancing battery and performance in Windows 11.
Industrial automation powerhouse Siemens was among the first to embrace the new EPYC Embedded 9004 processors into its product portfolio, where it powers Siemens’ new SIMATIC IPC RS-828A industrial edge servers. For a deeper dive on the SIMATIC IPC RS-828A, be sure to check out this companion case study.
“AMD Ryzen™ Embedded V3000 Series processors provide very high performance with excellent power management, and the performance-per-watt ratio is probably the best in the industry for high performance embedded CPUs,” Stavi commented.
2023 is already shaping up to be a big year for AMD's processor division, with a total of five different CPU designs for notebook! We'd like to share a small preview of these new CPUs with you, along with a look at the new naming system we’ve developed to support our growing business.