AMD continues to breastfeed from its 2nd Generation of processors AMD EPYC 'ROME', a performance beast without origin where to have access to processors with up to 64 cores and 128 processing threads under a manufacturing process of 7nm with a TDP of 280W and access to the interface PCI-Express 4.0.
These CPUs not only offer a balance between performance / consumption that Intel cannot match, but in many cases, these solutions they cost less than half than their namesake in Intel, and that is why many companies are migrating and adopting these processors to bring their high-performance computing equipment, servers, clouds, etc. to life.
According to AMD in Italy, the company continues to add new customers:
Dell Technologies has announced that it will bring five new Dell EMC PowerEdge platforms to life; IBM Cloud expand the number of systems equipped with AMD EPYC 2nd Gen CPUs; Nokia It also adds to the use of these CPUs for its Cloud Packet Core systems promising to multiply by 2x the performance of its previous Intel-based systems; ATOS announces that its Genci supercomputers will use AMD EPYC 2nd Gen to break "the barrier of performance, efficiency and costs"; the cloud specialist OVHcloud will offer hostings at the end of the year with AMD EPYC 7402P CPUs; and own TSMC will use the 2nd AMD Gen on their computers to "Next generation Research and leading manufacturing process technology".
Along with this announcement, AMD announced a new processor, the AMD EPYC 7H12, its top-of-the-range processor with 64 cores and 128 processing threads at a Base / Turbo frequency of 2.60 / 3.30 GHz with 256 MB of L3 cache and a TDP of 280W, 55W extra compared to what until now was the top of the range CU, the EPYC 7742, which equals the number of cores, but which reaches a Base / Turbo frequency of 2.25 / 3.40 GHz.