From high-performance computing, deep-learning, and rendering systems, to cloud computing, training complex neural networks, and AMD’s ROCm open ecosystem these blogs offer more insights and updates into our products and solutions.
Next-gen AMD Instinct™ accelerators to combine with AMD EPYC™ plus AMD ROCm™ and AMD Infinity Architecture to enable the HPE system deployment named Dardel at KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm
This week at Supercomputing ’20, AMD unveiled our new AMD Instinct™ MI100 accelerator, the world’s fastest HPC GPU accelerator for scientific workloads and the first to surpass the 10 teraflops (FP64) performance barrier.
Welcomedevelopersto the first in a series ofblogs about AMD ROCm.I’mTerry Deem, Product Manager for ROCm. In these blogs,Iwill let you know aboutupcomingnew releases, features,training,and case studiessurrounding ROCm. The ROCm SDK is a set of tools,libraries,and API for developing HPC applicationsusingGPUsfor computing.You can learn more about ROCm with this introduction video locatedhere.
The AMD Radeon Instinct™ MI60 and Radeon Instinct™ MI50 accelerators are the first GPUs in the world that are based on the advanced 7nm FinFET process technology. The ability to go down to 7nm allows us to put more transistors on to an even smaller package than was possible before – in this case, the MI60 contains 13.2 billion transistors on a package size of 331.46mm2, while the previous generation Radeon Instinct™ MI25 had 12.5 billion transistors on a package size of 494.8mm2 – a 58% improvement in number of transistors per mm2.
This year at SC17, AMD showcased Radeon Instinct™ accelerators, AMD EPYC™ processors and the ROCm open software platform – a complete ecosystem to drive a new era in the datacenter. Our booth was packed with server racks from partners like Inventec, Gigabyte, Supermicro and BOXX. Attendees had the opportunity to check out Project 47, both on display and running demos, offering 1 PetaFLOPS of compute power.