AMD Optimistic About 7nm EPYC Future for Servers

AMD first announced its EPYC Process for datacenter servers back in June 2017 and has been steadily evolving the silicon ever since.

“We are seeing the largest demand for our top of the stack 24 and 32-core EPYC processors, which combine industry-leading core counts and I/O to deliver performance advantages across cloud, virtualization and HPC workloads,” Su said.

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The Ryzen is AMD’s desktop processor and Su noted that she has seen strong demand for the higher end Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen Threadripper processors.