Chipmaker AMD has thrown down a major gauntlet at the feet of Intel, saying that it will be going after the latter company’s stranglehold on the server market with its new EPYC datacenter chips.
Slower investment in servers by the likes of Facebook, Amazon, and Google is causing a big slowdown in the data center server market, according to a new report by International Data Corp.
CEO Sundar Pichai kicked off the Google I/O developer conference saying the company is rethinking all of its services in order to apply AI and machine learning technology as broadly as possible.
AMD designed its Epyc server system-on-chip for software-defined data centers. Epyc has been shown to outperform a two-socket, two-processor platform in both memory bandwidth and I/O capacity.
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