AMD's planning to reveal something EPYC on November 10th
AMD's hosting a 'together we advance_data centers' event next month
Published: 24th October 2022 | Source: AMD |
AMD's revealing their next-generation EPYC processors on November 10th
AMD has announced that they will be hosting a new "together we advance" livestream on November 10th, an event where the company will be revealing new data center products. Here, AMD will be revealing their next-generation AMD EPYC processors, and detailing their latest platform innovations.
Like AMD's Zen 4 powered Ryzen 7000 series processors, AMD's next-generation EPYC Genoa processors will utilise Zen 4 CPU cores to deliver enhanced levels of single-threaded and multi-threaded performance. Additionally, support for DDR5 memory and additional memory channels will allow datacenter users to access data at a faster rate and at higher volumes. With DDR5, server memory DIMMs will be faster and more data dense.
With their 4th generation EPYC platform, AMD will also be offering users CXL compatibility, giving AMD's ecosystem partners more features to play with.
On November 10th, AMD will be showcasing what is possible with their next-generation of EPYC processors, highlighting the performance benefits that they offer over their existing EPYC processors and why their customers should be interested in investing in new AMD hardware.
With Genoa, AMD will be offering their customers more cores (up to 96 cores for Genoa), more memory bandwidth/capacity (with 12-channel DDR5 support), and increased versatility thanks to their new EPYC roadmap. In the future, AMD will supplement their 4th generation EPYC offerings with 3D V-Cache enhanced Zen 4 models, and additional CPU models that utilise the company's Zen 4c architecture.