AMD EPYC™ delivers outstanding performance for high performance computing workloads.
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The demands placed upon today’s engineering, research, and science innovators continue to accelerate. As the definition of High Performance Computing (HPC) expands to include Big Data Analytics, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence (AI), a more scalable, powerful, and secure architecture is required to meet these ever growing demands. AMD EPYC™ Server Processors deliver the performance to power the next wave of HPC advances with an innovative approach to security.
Tackle HPC workloads with superior performance and expandability. Analyze larger datasets with best-in-class memory capacity1 versus Intel Xeon Scalable processors.
Increase productivity with tools, resources, and communities to help you “code faster, faster code.” Boost application performance with Software Optimization Guides and Performance Tuning Guidelines2.
Help safeguard your software and data with the industry's first x86 processor with an embedded security processor. Experience piece of mind with an architecture designed with security in mind.
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- Best-in-class based on industry-standard pin-based (LGA) X86 processors. NAP-166