https://safirsoft.com Genoa's Zen 4 AMD 96-core 5-core processor, to be introduced in 2022, and Bergamo, 128-core, to be launched in early 2023.

The rejection team revealed that it will be releasing several heavy-duty processors in the next few years. One of them has 96 hubs aimed at general purpose workstations. Another is a 128-core monster for use in data centers running cloud-based applications. Both are based on the 5 nm TSMC process.

AMD unveiled its fourth-generation silicon Epyc roadmap during a speech at its Accelerator data center on Monday. Lisa Soo, CEO of AMD, notes that HPC processors are designed for enterprise applications and data centers. Reuters notes that Meta (Facebook) has recently joined hands with long-standing partners AMD (Azure), Amazon (AWS), and Alphabet (Google Cloud) and will be one of the first companies to use these chips. p>

New processors should have twice the density and energy efficiency with performance 1.25 times or more.

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The first slide is codenamed "Genoa". Genoa has 96 Zen 4 cores thanks to the 5nm TSMC process and supports DDR5 and PCIe 5.0. Delayed by global supply chain problems. Su said that Genoa should arrive in 2022. He doesn't have a more exact release date, but since AMD has already shipped samples, it will likely need to launch sooner, starting next year as an addition.

The second slide with the code name. Bergamo was designed with cloud-based data centers in mind. Silicon is still built on the same 5nm process, but AMD has improved it for cloud-native computing. Thus, it defines the architecture as Zen 4c. In essence, Zen 4c is as compatible and functional as its cousin, but improves on a higher core/chain density hierarchy. Like Genoa, it will support DDR5, PCIe 5.0, CXL 1.1, RAS, and Infinity Guard. Socket (SP5) will also be compatible with Genoa. However, it should provide "successful performance on every socket". Su said that Bergamo silicon should be shipped in the first half of 2023.

Red also revealed third-generation Milan-X server processors with a maximum of 768MB of L3 cache. We should see those entering the market in the first quarter of 2022.

Genoa's Zen 4 AMD 96-core 5-core processor, to be introduced in 2022, and Bergamo, 128-core, to be launched in early 2023.
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