Schlagwort: CDNA

AMD EPYC™ Processors and New AMD Instinct™ MI100 Accelerator Redefine Performance for HPC and Scientific Research

—Sup­port for next genera­ti­on AMD EPYC pro­ces­sors, code­n­a­med ‘Milan,’ in new HBv3 Vir­tu­al Machi­nes announ­ced by Microsoft—

AMD Instinct™ MI100 acce­le­ra­tor is first acce­le­ra­tor to use new AMD CDNA archi­tec­tu­re dedi­ca­ted to high-per­for­mance com­pu­ting (HPC) workloads—

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Novem­ber 16, 2020 — During this year’s SC20 vir­tu­al tra­de­show, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) is show­ca­sing its lea­ders­hip in the high per­for­mance com­pu­ting (HPC) indus­try. It laun­ched the new AMD Instinct™ MI100 acce­le­ra­tor with ROCm™ 4.0 open eco­sys­tem sup­port, show­ca­sed a gro­wing list of AMD EPYCCPU and AMD Instinct acce­le­ra­tor based deploy­ments, and high­ligh­ted the growth AMD EPYC CPUs and AMD Instinct™ GPUs on the TOP500 list. AMD also remains on track to begin volu­me ship­ments of the 3rd Gen EPYC pro­ces­sors with “Zen 3” core to select HPC and cloud cus­to­mers this quar­ter in advan­ce of the expec­ted public launch in Q1 2021, ali­gned with OEM avai­la­bi­li­ty. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD Announces World’s Fastest HPC Accelerator for Scientific Research¹

AMD Instinct™ MI100 acce­le­ra­tors revo­lu­tio­ni­ze high-per­for­mance com­pu­ting (HPC) and AI with indus­try-lea­ding com­pu­te per­for­mance ꟷ

ꟷ First GPU acce­le­ra­tor with new AMD CDNA archi­tec­tu­re engi­nee­red for the exas­ca­le era ꟷ 

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Novem­ber 16, 2020 — AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) today announ­ced the new AMD Instinct™ MI100 acce­le­ra­tor – the world’s fas­test HPC GPU and the first x86 ser­ver GPU to sur­pass the 10 tera­flops (FP64) per­for­mance bar­ri­er.1 Sup­por­ted by new acce­le­ra­ted com­pu­te plat­forms from Dell, Giga­byte, HPE, and Super­mi­cro, the MI100, com­bi­ned with AMD EPYCTMCPUs and the ROCm™ 4.0 open soft­ware plat­form, is desi­gned to pro­pel new dis­co­ve­ries ahead of the exas­ca­le era. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »

AMD bestätigt sowohl Zen 3 als auch RDNA 2 in 7 nm

Nach­dem zuletzt Gerüch­te auf­ge­kom­men waren, AMD könn­te womög­lich frei gewor­de­ne 5‑nm-Pro­duk­ti­ons­ka­pa­zi­tä­ten bei TSMC bereits für die Her­stel­lung des anste­hen­den Zen-3-Pro­zes­sors Ver­meer nut­zen, hat AMD dem heu­te indi­rekt eine Absa­ge erteilt. (…) Wei­ter­le­sen »