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Intel, AMD, Ampere and Nvidia Leaders on Oracle’s Next-Gen Cloud Lineup

Next year, Oracle will outfit its public infrastructure cloud with cutting-edge processors from Intel, AMD, and Ampere; and its new Nvidia A100 powered GPU platform comes online next week.

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AMD For General Purpose Flexibility

For enterprises looking to cost-effectively run general purpose workloads like web applications or microservice-based apps, Oracle will introduce new E4 instances, powered by AMD’s Milan third-generation Epyc processors, early next year. Those build off the E3s, which deployed AMD Rome-generation processors to power the first OCI instances allowing customers the flexibility to mix-and-match memory and CPU.

AMD CEO Lisa Su congratulated Magouyrk and the Oracle team “on driving success in innovation on price-performance.”

Oracle and AMD have collaborated for many years across hardware, software and solutions, Su said, with a strong joint focus on performance optimization at every layer of the stack.

AMD’s mission is “to develop high performance computing products to solve some of the world’s toughest challenges,” she said.

 
 
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