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Google Expands Memory Encryption to Kubernetes

Google Cloud and AMD unveiled a “confidential computing” initiative over the summer that maintains data encryption in memory and elsewhere outside of the CPU. The scheme utilized hardware-based encryption ...Full Article

AMD, Google Encrypt Data on Confidential VMs

AMD and Google Cloud are collaborating on a “confidential VM” security effort that uses encrypted virtualization to secure data “in use”. The confidential cloud computing effort is based on ...Full Article

AMD Epyc Rome Tabbed for Nvidia’s New DGX, but HGX Has Intel Option

AMD continues to make inroads into the data center with its second-generation Epyc “Rome” processor, which last week scored a win with Nvidia’s announcement that its new Ampere-based DGX ...Full Article

AMD’s Q1 Sets Records and Meets Expectations, but COVID-19 Looms

AMD has reported its Q1 2020 revenue, slightly outperforming analyst expectations and dodging the first financial blows of COVID-19 to deliver $1.79 billion – a whopping 40 percent year-over-year ...Full Article

AMD Launches High-Frequency Epyc 7F-Series CPUs

AMD today announced three new SKUs based on the 7nm second-generation Epyc “Rome” platform aimed at commercial high-demand workloads as well as hyperconverged infrastructure and database applications. Dell EMC, ...Full Article

AMD Epyc CPUs Available on IBM Cloud Servers

AMD’s expanding presence in the data center and cloud computing markets took a step forward with today’s announcement that its 7nm 2nd Gen Epyc 7642 CPUs are now available ...Full Article

AMD’s Road Ahead: 5nm Epyc, CPU-GPU Coupling, 20% CAGR

Promising Wall Street a 20 percent CAGR and an aggressive CPU-GPU product roadmap, AMD delivered a confident self-portrait at its financial analyst day in Santa Clara yesterday that’s at ...Full Article

AMD Gains Design Win for Tencent Server

Tencent, the Chinese cloud giant, said it would use AMD’s newest Epyc processor in its internally-designed server. The design win adds further momentum to AMD’s bid to erode rival ...Full Article

Dell’s AMD-Powered Server Line Targets High-End Jobs

Dell Technologies rolled out redesigned servers this week based on AMD’s latest Epyc processor that are geared toward data-driven workloads running on increasingly popular multi-cloud platforms. Dell, which has ...Full Article

Google Embraces AMD Epyc Rome CPU for Cloud, Internal Workloads

This week’s big tech news – AMD’s release of the Epyc Rome CPU, the industry’s first 7nm server chip – got a major boost when Google confirmed that it ...Full Article
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