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Technology Experience Trends: How AMD EPYC Changes The VDI Experience

EPYC processors accelerate virtual applications to deliver outstanding VDI performance. It can support more users with fewer servers and save on the cost of support and hardware of those systems and users.

Companies around the world are exploring the best ways to support remote workers’ needs and centralize IT infrastructure. AMD EPYC processors offer an extensive set of features that can enhance your virtual desktop infrastructure needs.

“From a customer needs perspective, more compute is what AMD EPYC provides from a performance capability. So simply stated, I mean it’s a matter of more cores equals more threads, which provides more performance,” says David Melendrez, Dell global account manager at AMD.

The 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processor, codenamed Milan, offers the most extensive range of configurations to support your VDI needs, from eight to 64 cores on a single socket, along with eight channels of memory with support for up to 4 terabytes per socket.

“AMD has the world’s best-performing x86 CPU. We have a number of world records in performance across a number of different application workloads. And when you look at Milan, I mean Milan is a density leader,” says Melendrez.

EPYC processors accelerate virtual applications to deliver outstanding VDI performance. It can support more users with fewer servers and save on the cost of support and hardware of those systems and users.

“We deliver a positive impact to datacenter costs; helping to reduce whether it’s your capex you’re trying to get a handle on or just your operating expense. From a security perspective, it adds. There’s just this welcome layer of data security protection in regards to encrypting memory,” says Melendrez.

You can learn more about AMD EPYC processors at AMD.com.

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