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AMD's 5 Biggest Server Announcements At 'Next Horizon' Event

AMD dropped major news on Tuesday about its next-generation CPUs and GPUs for the data center that could give the company a leg up over Intel.

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New EPYC-Based AWS Compute Instances

AMD also revealed a new partnership with Amazon Web Services that will allow the cloud service provider to serve three instances of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, or EC2, powered by AMD's EPYC server CPUs. These instances will provide "exceptional performance per dollar for general purpose and memory optimized workloads," according to AMD. The EPYC-based R5 and M5 instances are available now while the new T3 instance will become available within the next few weeks.

AMD said EPYC's core density drives the cost savings for the new R5 and T3 instances, which provide a "balance of compute, memory, and networking resources for web and application servers, backend servers for enterprise applications, and test/development environments with seamless application migration." Meanwhile, the company said EPYC's memory bandwidth advantage makes the new R5 instance ideal for in-memory processing, data mining and dynamic data processing.

 
 
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