Tag: AMD

Service Models

Nscale offers AMD AI chips-as-a-service in green data center

May 3, 2024

Via: Network World

In the competitive realm of artificial intelligence, dominated by Nvidia’s formidable GPUs, a bold newcomer is betting on a different contender. Nscale, a little-known GPU cloud provider based in Norway, has launched a new AI Cloud Services platform built around […]

Deployment Models, Hybrid Cloud

AMD takes hybrid approach to engineering the cloud’s future

March 31, 2023

Via: CIO

AMD CIO Hasmukh Ranjan sits at the cloud’s crossroads. As a chipmaker, AMD is a vital supplier for the public cloud’s compute engine, and among Ranjan’s key remits is to support the engineering of semiconductors that power the cloud. But […]

Global Cloud

Google Cloud taps AMD to bring confidential computing to VMs

May 25, 2022

Via: TechRadar

Google Cloud a collaboration with AMD that will see it release Confidential Computing for its latest EN2D and C2D Virtual Machines (VMs). The first product in Google Cloud’s Confidential Computing portfolio is Confidential VM(opens in new tab), a type of […]

Global Cloud

Fintech, Cloud, and Bringing Machine Learning to the Edge

May 16, 2022

Via: InformationWeek

A few disruptive players in the financial services scene came out to a gathering held last Thursday at Google’s offices in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. It was all part of an event organized by C2C Global, a […]

Global Cloud

AWS Introduces HPC Instances Equipped With AMD’s Latest Server CPUs

January 12, 2022

Via: Data Center Knowledge

Amazon Web Services has introduced new Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances designed for HPC workloads, powered by AMD’s third generation EPYC processors. The cloud vendor said the instances codenamed ‘Hpc6a’ offer up to 65 percent better price-performance than similar compute-optimized, […]

Global Cloud

Tencent Cloud To Start Selling Its Own AMD-powered Servers

November 29, 2021

Via: Data Center Knowledge

Tencent Cloud, a subsidiary of China’s most valuable public company, is about to start selling servers. The cloud vendor is looking to commercialize the StarLake hardware, developed internally in partnership with AMD and based on second generation EPYC processors. The […]

Global Cloud

Google announces EPYC-based Tau virtual machines for Cloud

June 17, 2021

Via: Tech Crunch

Google this morning announced the launch of Tau, a new family of virtual machines built on AMD’s third-gen EPYC processor. According to the company, the new x86-compatible system offers a 42% price-performance boost over standard VMs. Google notably first started […]

Global Cloud

Oracle Cloud Claims Arm Video Performance Advantage Over x86 Chips

June 3, 2021

Via: Data Center Knowledge

In its latest move to distinguish itself in a field that tightened up years ago, Oracle Cloud last week formally launched its first series of VM-based and bare-metal compute instances based on Arm processors — specifically, the 80-core Ampere Altra. […]

Global Cloud

Intel rides data center demand to strong Q3

October 25, 2018

Via: ZDnet

Intel’s third quarter results were better-than-expected as its data center group delivered record revenue that was up 26 percent from a year ago. The chip giant reported net income of $6.4 billion, or $1.38 a share, on revenue of $19.2 […]