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Elevate your business productivity with AMD EPYC™ server processors. Read the latest blogs on how AMD EPYC™ is delivering exceptional performance and energy efficiency across various deployments and industries.


There is no one set journey to AI enablement.  AI (and the infrastructure to run it) will take many forms. Many enterprises will follow different paths based on their specific goals, business and technical priorities and other considerations. But no matter where your enterprise is ultimately headed in the AI era, AMD EPYC processor-powered servers offer the platform to take you there as your needs evolve.

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This week, we introduced two additional processor models to the 4th Gen AMD EPYC™ processor family at the Datacenter and AI Technology Premier. I am excited to take this opportunity to provide an update on the software ecosystem readiness and showcase some of the performance proof points for the AMD EPYC 97x4 processors.

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In this blog, I will discuss the ways that AMD and VMware have worked together to make migrating from Legacy IT Infrastructures easy!

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Business transformation is driving enterprise data centers towards hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) for its simplicity and scalability. Unlike traditional hardware-defined infrastructure (siloed compute, storage, and networking), HCI is a virtualized, software-defined environment (single, streamlined system). Hyperconverged data centers are easier typically to maintain, can expand capacity quickly, and help to reduce operational costs. HCI solutions with better computing power can help you capture the full benefits of hyperconvergence. 

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AMD continues to grow and help customers move to a more modern, hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) for running their business critical applications, and today we’ve been recognized for that!

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In order to understand Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI), a brief history of the evolution of the legacy data center to the modern-day data center is needed.

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We talked in a previous AMD blog about enterprise IT teams moving to Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI), as well as the new Dell EMC VxRail systems with AMD EPYCTM processors. The evolution toward HCI allows enterprises to consolidate multiple pieces of function-specific hardware into more manageable clusters. This is accomplished leveraging advancements in software defined networking capabilities and high-performance virtualization technologies in a more general-purpose server.

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New Dell Technologies HCI systems are the latest to tap AMD EPYC™processors to deliver efficient infrastructure and simplified management for the enterprise 

Editor's Note: We invite you to join Greg Gibby, AMD data center expert, on Thursday, July 16, 2020 at 11am CDT as he provides insights on how to deliver the most from your HCI deployment. Please register for the webinar here

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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 areas where we see tremendous traction is in hyperconverged infrastructures (HCI). Today we are excited to announce a technology partnership with Nutanix, an established leader in hyperconvergence delivering a full software stack that integrates compute, virtualization, storage, networking and security to power applications at scale.

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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 costs against the costs of a single EPYC processor-based system. The scalability AMD EPYC delivers to containerized applications and services using the Docker platform has received less attention.

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