AMD this morning is hosting their first data center and server-focused event in quite some time. Dubbed the “AMD Data Center and AI Technology Premiere,” we’re expecting a sizable number of announcements from AMD around their server and AI product portfolio.
Highlighting this should be fresh news on AMD’s forthcoming MI300 accelerator, the company’s first server APU, that combines Zen 4 CPU cores and CDNA 3 GPU cores on to a single chip. Aimed at the very high end of the market, when it ships later this year MI300 will be AMD’s flagship accelerator, and their most significant offering yet for the exploding AI market.
We’re also expecting some additional details on AMD’s remaining server CPU products for the year. This includes the density-focused Bergamo CPU, which will offer up to 128 CPU cores based on AMD’s Zen 4c architecture. Genoa-X, which is AMD’s V-cache equipped version of the EPYC 9004 series, offering up to 1.1GB of L3 cache per chip. And Siena, a 64 core low-cost EPYC chip.
And not to be left out, AMD also has their FPGA and networking divisions, courtesy of recent acquisition like Xilinx and Pensando. Those teams have also been hard at work at their own products, which are due for announcements as well.
So please join us at 10am Pacific/1pm Eastern/17:00 UTC for our full, live blog coverage of AMD’s data center event!
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