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AMD EPYC 3000 Line Gets Updated Adding and Dropping Models

We see the AMD EPYC 3000 line add a model, drop two models, and change two others in a re-shuffle. We also have first 12 and 16 core EPYC 3000 benchmarks

Marvell ThunderX3 Arm Server CPU with 768 Threads Per Node in...

We discuss the Marvell ThunderX3 disclosure of a 7nm chip with 96 cores and 384 threads per socket or 768 threads per system and its impact on 2020-21

AMD Talks CDNA GPU Compute Architecture and 5nm EPYC

We take a quick look at the 2020 AMD EPYC Milan generation as well as the 5nm 2022 AMD EPYC Genoa generation of CPUs along with AMD's new CDNA GPU compute disclosures from FAD 2020
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HPE-Cray and AMD Win Again with El Capitan 2 Exaflop Supercomputer

HPE-Cray Shasta and Slingshot make a clean sweep of the first US DoE exascale systems. AMD Zen4 and future GPUs power El Capitan marking another big AMD win while IBM, NVIDIA, and Mellanox leave empty-handed
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Microsoft Azure HBv2 HPC Features AMD EPYC 7002 and Mellanox

The new Microsoft Azure HBv2 instances feature high-end AMD EPYC 7002 series CPUs along with Mellanox HDR Infiniband for next-gen cloud HPC

AMD EPYC 7662 and EPYC 7532 Launched

New chips are out with the AMD EPYC 7662 64-core and AMD EPYC 7532 32-core parts hitting the market with some interesting timing

AMD EPYC 7272 Review 12 Cores of Rome

Our AMD EPYC 7272 review shows what 12 cores of AMD's latest "Rome" architecture can do in a power and price optimized processor

Licenseageddon Rages as VMware Overhauls Per-Socket Licensing

We discuss how the per-socket Licenseageddon we predicted is happening as VMware overhauls their licensing model to be socket and core based

AMD EPYC 7002 Rome CPUs with Half Memory Bandwidth

We delve into why some AMD EPYC 7002 CPUs have half the memory bandwidth of others as 4-channel optimized SKUs and why that is fine for their target market

AMD EPYC 7352 Benchmarks and Review

Our AMD EPYC 7352 review shows why this 24-core part has no direct competitor in the 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable line given its aggressive pricing