AMD to introduce Instinct MI250 HPC GPUs and Milan-X CPUs on November 8th

Published: Oct 25th 2021, 14:44 GMT   Comments

AMD to announce its new HPC products on November 8th

The company will hold an ‘Accelerated Data Center Premier’ event.

AMD company has just announced a special event which is to focus on high-performance computing hardware such as AMD’s HPC processor like EPYC or GPU-based accelerators known as Instinct series.

AMD is expected to unveil its Milan-X EPYC series which are to feature a special 3D V-cache technology even before the consumer line known as Vermeer-X, which is too based on Zen3 microarchitecture.

Additionally, AMD might become the first to formally announce first products based on multi-chi-module design (MCM) even before Intel’s Ponte Vecchio (Xe-HPC) and NVIDIA GH100 (Hopper).

Executable Fix, who revealed the plans for the Instinct MI250 series just a few days ago, appears to agree that this launch is to feature both products, however, it is unclear if this is a hard launch or rather (and probably more likely) just an announcement of upcoming products.

AMD event will take place just a day before NVIDIA’s GTC 2021 featuring a keynote from Jensen Huang.

Press Release

AMD to Host Accelerated Data Center Premiere Virtual Event on November 8, 2021

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) will host its Accelerated Data Center Premiere on November 8, 2021 at 11 a.m. ET, showcasing the company’s upcoming innovations with AMD EPYC™ processors and AMD Instinct™ accelerators.

The virtual event is slated to feature presentations from AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Data Center and Embedded Solutions Business Group Forrest Norrod, and Senior Vice President and General Manager, Server Business Unit Dan McNamara.

The event will be accessible to the public at starting at 11 a.m. ET. A replay will be available and can be accessed after the conclusion of the livestream event.

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