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World’s First 7nm GPU and Fastest Double Precision PCIe Card

AMD recently announced two new Radeon Instinct compute products including the AMD Radeon Instinct MI60 and Radeon Instinct MI50 accelerators, which are the first GPUs in the world based on the advanced 7nm FinFET process technology. The company has made numerous improvements on these new products, including optimized deep learning operations. This guest post from AMD outlines the key features of its new Radeon Instinct compute product line.

AMD Speeds HPC and Ai with EPYC Processors and Radeon GPUs

In this video from SC18, Derek Bouius from AMD describes how the company’s new EPYC processors and Radeon GPUs can speed HPC and Ai applications. “It’s been a fantastic year in the supercomputing space as we further expanded the ecosystem for AMD EPYC processors while securing multiple wins that leverage the benefits AMD EPYC processors have on HPC workloads,’ said Mark Papermaster, senior vice president and chief technology officer, AMD. ‘As the HPC industry approaches exascale systems, we’re at the beginning of a new era of heterogeneous compute that requires a combination of CPU, GPU and software that only AMD can deliver. We’re excited to have fantastic customers leading the charge with our Radeon Instinct accelerators, AMD EPYC processors and the ROCm open software platform.”

AMD steps up to HPC Workloads at ISC 2018

In this video from ISC 2018, Derek Bouius from AMD describes how HPC users can take advantage of new AMD EPYC processors and Radeon GPUs to accelerate their applications. “With the introduction of new EPYC processor based servers with Radeon Instinct GPU accelerators, combined with our ROCm open software platform, AMD is ushering in a new era of heterogeneous compute for HPC and Deep Learning.”