“AMD is back, and it’s here to stay,” enthuses Mark Papermaster, senior vice president of technology and engineering at the US chip maker. Not surprisingly, after years in which the company has been unable to keep pace with products aimed at professionals and large corporations that demand maximum performance from their top rival, AMD has managed to launch a large portfolio aimed at professionals with its new family of Ryzen processors and EPYC for data centers.
Maintaining a great deal in the data center business is key for the next decade. Storing information is becoming cheaper, everything is saved, but now they need algorithms and a great computational power to make sense of them and serve the companies or governments. That’s where data centers come in, graphics cards with great computing power and neural networks that already have Google or Facebook underway. Continue Reading