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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.


AMD EPYC processors along with solutions from VMware® by Broadcom, such as VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) and VMware vSphere® Foundation (VVF), which include software such as vSphere®, vCenter®, vSAN® and NSX, provide a solid foundation for constructing private cloud infrastructures. The strategic collaboration between AMD and VMware By Broadcom empowers organizations to effectively deploy and manage virtualized environments that fulfill their performance and scalability needs while optimizing energy efficiency and total cost of ownership.

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Our industry is rife with hyperbole and hard-to-defend and hard-to-replicate claims. AMD takes a different and more transparent approach. AMD EPYC servers make your Datacenter AI-Ready by improving performance and power efficiency without compromises, and with published numbers that speak for themselves.

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Sarina_Sit
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As businesses evolve into the age of AI, the focus on revamping data center technologies to manage and secure the exploding amount of data and applications is gaining momentum.  Despite tough economic challenges and tight IT budgets, organizations are looking to refresh their servers and storage solutions while ensuring robust data management and protection. Cohesity, a leader in AI-powered data security and management, recently announced a collaboration with AMD to widen customer choices by running on servers powered by AMD with some of our biggest technology partners, including HPE. This blog post explores the advantages of modernizing your data centers with Cohesity on HPE ProLiant Gen11 servers powered by AMD EPYC processors and how this combination can revolutionize your data management and protection strategy.

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AMD is announcing the availability of the AMD EPYC™ 4004 Series processors that complement the existing AMD EPYC server CPU portfolio with new cost-optimized offerings that deliver enterprise-class features and leadership performance for small and medium businesses and dedicated hosting service providers. The AMD EPYC 4004 Series CPUs provide the price conscious buyer with enterprise-grade performance, dependability, scalability and modern security features powered by the highly efficient “Zen 4” architecture.

These processors offer from 4 to 16 cores, maximum frequencies of up to 5.70 GHz, memory capacity up to 192 GB of DDR5-5200, and include an AMD Secure Processor - delivering class-leadership performance and performance per CPU $ across a broad range of workloads. The AMD EPYC 4004 series outpaces competitive solutions on common workloads with up to 1.8X the performance per CPU $.[i]

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Jim_Greene
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The AMD EPYC team is fortunate to be able to frequently meet and collaborate with brilliant people solving really complex challenges through continuous innovation.  Our podcast series is a way we get to share some of the insights garnered with our customers and partners as they discuss the synergy of hardware and software, current and emerging customer challenges and opportunities for technology to address them and on how emerging techniques such as AI can advance data center solutions.  This blog captures such insights from a recent discussion with Ms. Fatma Kocer-Poyraz, VP of Engineering Data Science at Altair. 

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Jim_Greene
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Perhaps a favorite aspect of my role on the AMD EPYC team is to meet brilliant people solving really complex challenges through continuous innovation.  I recently had the pleasure to have one such discussion with Ms. Vicky Tsianika of Hexagon--a leader in digital simulation tools across many industries.  Vicky is a leader in the team responsible for the MSC NASTRAN product line of sophisticated tools for simulating effects based on real world physics principles.  She shares her thoughts on evolving market needs and the importance of hardware and software synergy.

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I am delighted to announce that both general-purpose and high frequency 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors extend their competitive performance edge to include equivalent 5th Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors in both power efficiency and across a wide range of workloads that include foundational workloads, virtualized infrastructure, decision support systems, business applications, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Finite Element Analysis (FEA), molecular dynamics, quantum chemistry, and weather forecasting.

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Bipul Kumar's "SecureVault" submission is the winner of the recent AMD Code Jam (https://amdcodejam.devpost.com/) aimed at promoting coding innovation for hardware-based security, Kumar's application securely processes transaction data from Point of Sale devices, employing encryption mechanisms and leveraging AMD EPYC server security technologies like Infinity Guard. With over a decade of industry experience, Kumar sees the competition as his first opportunity to delve into in-memory encryption. He plans to integrate AMD's security features into all his future applications, highlighting their potential to democratize access to advanced security solutions. "SecureVault" represents a significant step towards enhancing data security and fostering innovation in the realm of cybersecurity.

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This blog describes the potential Speculative Return Stack Overflow (SRSO) vulnerability, why AMD believes that the overall security risk associated with this potential vulnerability is low in typical production environments, and points to resources with additional information.

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4th Gen AMD EPYC™ processors are exceptionally well-suited for Electronic Design Automation (EDA) workloads, and this assertion isn't just a statement—it's a critical part of AMD's strategy. We rely on current AMD EPYC processors to design future AMD EPYC processors, thereby underscoring the importance of maximizing AMD EPYC performance for EDA workloads to ensure our ongoing success as a company.

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