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From Embedded, Enterprise, and Semi-custom to the Product Security, Compute and Graphics segments, here you’ll find the latest updates from AMD, including news coverage, announcements, and more!


AMD EPYC™ Processors and VMware® Continue Delivering Performance, Security Features, and Value for Our Customers

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Oracle® E4 Instances see a significant enterprise workload performance boost compared to Oracle® E3 Instances

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STAC-A2™ Shows Negligible Performance Overhead with AMD SEV-ES Technology

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High performance business desktop PCs powered by the new AMD Ryzen™ PRO 5000 Series desktop processors

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Manufacturing firms have a diverse set of desktop/PC resource requirements for their staff. Learn about AMD based Azure virtual machines and how they map to various workflows in a manufacturing context.  

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Custom AMD Ryzen™ Microsoft Surface® Edition processors deliver a great balance of portability, speed, and performance.

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In this article, mobile processor marketing manager Donny Woligroski explores how AI can be used to dramatically increase video quality, how machine learning trains AI to do a better job, and how AMD mobile processors are faster than the competition when using Video Enhance AI software from Topaz Labs.   

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With the introduction of this latest generation of EPYC processors there are now 200+ cloud instances based on the AMD EPYC series of processors with more than 100 new server platforms from our OEM partners that will support the new processor. 

Let’s have a look at how he ecosystem around AMD EPYC 7003 Series Processors enable support for your business.

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AMD “Zen3” processors feature a new technology called Predictive Store Forwarding (PSF).  PSF is a hardware-based micro-architectural optimization designed to improve the performance of code execution by predicting dependencies between loads and stores. 

 Security research in recent years has examined the security implications of various CPU micro-architectural optimizations..  In particular, programs that implement ‘sandboxing’ entirely in software may need to be concerned with PSF behavior.

 AMD CPU architects write about PSF in a paper describing how PSF works, potential security concerns, and available mitigations.   The paper is available here.

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