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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.


In this blog, I will briefly explain what seismic exploration is, how it works, and how it can be used for many different purposes. I will then share some generational and competitive performance information showcasing 4th Gen AMD EPYC™ processors compared to both 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors and Intel® Xeon® processors. I’ll conclude by summarizing why these results are important for seismic exploration.

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Since their debut in November 2022, 4th Gen AMD EPYC™ processors continue to demonstrate superb server performance across a growing variety of workloads, including winning new world records for high performance. 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors include design innovations, up to 96 compute cores on a single socket, allowing data centers to deploy fewer, more powerful servers to meet today’s demands. This strong performance is seen across a broad set of workloads. This blog showcases the impact on Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications.

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Note: Updated April 4th, 2023 with new AI/ML workloads using AMD ZenDNN 4.0.

Digital transformation continues to redefine today’s enterprises through data-driven decisions. This in turn demands high performance and secure infrastructure that reduces costs while decreasing the carbon footprint. The AMD EPYC™ line of processors introduced in 2017 continues to generate momentum across industry verticals that provide a rich portfolio of software solutions for both traditional on-premises and modern hybrid cloud environments. AMD is responding to this digital transformation with solutions that exceed industry expectations by delivering leadership performance, price-performance, and energy efficiency.

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Learn how to get started with Omnitrace — A comprehensive performance profiling, tracing, and analysis tool developed by the AMD Research for AMD EPYC™ CPUs and EPYC CPUs + AMD Instinct™ GPUs.

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Public and private cloud environments are the new norm as organizations of all sizes migrate from legacy siloed datacenters in favor of flexible solutions that can offer improved adaptability and scalability. The flexibility of these multi-tenant solutions opens the door to novel security challenges that require innovative solutions.

This blog looks at some of the inherent advantages and risks of virtualization in public and private cloud environments and then examines how the confidential computing features built into AMD EPYC™ processors helps to mitigate these risks. I’ll conclude by highlighting some of the stakeholders who support AMD EPYC security features in both public and private cloud environments.

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The Tencent Accelerated Computing Optimizer (TACO) Kit integrates the ZenDNN AI inference library for improved inference performance on AMD EPYC CPU backends, enabling Tencent's end customers to evaluate and deploy optimal solutions for their diverse workloads, particularly in the face of growing hardware heterogeneity.

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AMD EPYC™ Embedded processors were integral to enabling Seagate’s seamlessly scalable Exos® AP storage portfolio in several important ways. By supporting 8, 12, and 16 core configurations, AMD EPYC™ Embedded CPUs enabled a single board design that could be leveraged to satisfy a wide range of performance requirements from the entry-level to the high-end of Seagate’s Exos® AP family.

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Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) replaces siloed compute and storage equipment with standard servers and local storage. HCI can also converge networking to offer “software-defined networking” (SDN). Software such as VMware® vSphere+™ then creates the virtual compute nodes, storage clusters, and switches to replicate a complete datacenter without the need for legacy architecture silos. This “convergence” can run multiple workloads using either VMs or containers with high performance, resiliency, and simple maintenance compared to traditional datacenters.

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It is an exciting time to be at AMD. This month, the Frontier supercomputer powered by AMD EPYC processors and AMD Instinct™ accelerators broke the exaflop barrier by becoming the world’s first officially-recognized exascale supercomputer and grabbing first place on the Top500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers. A few weeks ago, AMD launched the latest 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors with AMD 3D V-Cache™ technology. This is the impressive story recently shared at the ISC High Performance 2022 conference in Hamburg, Germany.

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AMD EPYC™ Processors Powering Cisco’s Secure Firewall 3100 Series to Offer Advanced Threat Protection for Hybrid Workforces

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