OCI gets new, flexible AMD EPYC-based E5 instances
Oracle continues to build on its offering of AMD instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The new OCI Compute E5 instances are based on the 4th generation AMD EPYC processors and come in three different flavors. We briefly introduce them to you in this article.
The partnership between Ora... Read more
Lenovo introduces AMD EPYC 4-based server and HCI portfolio
Lenovo recently introduced a broad portfolio of AMD EPYC 4-based ThinkSystem servers and ThinkAgile V3 HCI applications. The systems should deliver performance, management capabilities and energy efficiency.
The new servers and HCI solutions fall under Lenovo's Infrastructure Solutions V3 portfo... Read more
Dell introduces PowerEdge servers based on AMD EPYC Genoa processors
Dell Technologies announced PowerEdge servers based on AMD's new EPYC Genoa processors. The servers are equipped to handle high-performance workloads in datacenters.
The PowerEdge server series brings more performance and storage improvements to customers' infrastructure, Dell said. The servers ... Read more
AMD launches fourth-gen EPYC Genoa processors
AMD launched the fourth generation of its EPYC datacenter processors. The so-called Genoa chips should bring more performance to workloads in cloud environments, datacenter servers and high-performance computing (HPC) systems.
The AMD EPYC Genoa processors are based on the Zen 4-core chiplets. ... Read more
Intel ramps up production to meet Sapphire Rapids deadline
Intel is stepping up the production of its Sapphire Rapids processors to meet the January 2023 launch deadline. Market researchers recently warned of delays due to production problems, but Intel informed Techzine that the series is on schedule.
Sapphire Rapids processors are the newest server p... Read more