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It is estimated that the third generation of epyc will increase the penetration rate of (Which today is slightly above 10%), above 25% already in the coming year.

Intel is starting to sweat profusely, feeling the pressure blowing in the back of its neck. It's only a matter of time, until the last of the skeptics will complete

Purchases of servers , Mainly to cloud-based data center where the security advantage of It is crucial.

 

Next year 2022 - probably towards the end, will be launched Fourth generation, based on 5nm and up to 96 cores (192 threads) for a single socket.

If Intel (which is still stuck on 28 cores) does not make a parallel jump, then this is the stage where it is estimated that You will succeed in winning a share

A 50% market in the global server space.

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Two sockets of epyc are faster than 4 sockets of At 14%. That is, a socket is more than double the performance of a socket .

The test is relational databases, one of the most common applications in the industry:

 

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As it seems, at this rate, the problem of Will meet demand, given the real difficulty in a 7nm production infrastructure stretched up

To the edge and already collapsing. It seems to be going to evolve into a situation, where You will not be able to supply all the demands that your product will have, therefore

You will not be able to realize the full potential of intrusion into the domain. And maybe that's what will save you This year ....

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VMWARE is developing the dedicated code for epyc processors to take advantage of the new features they bring to the field, in particular ,

And actually realize these capabilities in the new virtual operating systems. VMWARE is currently putting Paul Gas to complete

The necessary adjustments, they understand that the world is going to direct.

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Market value = market cap of Today it is $ 94 billion!

Compared to Intel's 258. curry Already worth 40% . Really?

Who would have believed that Lisa would do such a thing in a few years Sporum.

That's what's amazing here, the speed and the dizzying pace.

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I have not seen the latest video yet, but I wonder if there is already full protection from specter and meltdown, AMD has always had an advantage in this area of ​​information security because of how the speculative mechanism in their processors works. In principle quite embarrassing that there is not yet a service of the operating systems it manufactures protected.

 

If so, then it really gives them a serious advantage and is going to hurt Intel. I am currently writing code in the kernel of servers of all kinds of well-known companies, so far I have worked with systems of about 80-15 in favor of Intel Mol (ARM really little). Maybe now I can play a little more with the channels.

 

By the way, I do not think many people have noticed, but Intel has one very advantage! Serious about And this is the optane, in order to wing the Has deliberately stopped selling its fast drives to anyone who does not own its fuck servers so it is not possible to have a bus processor with In dimm or storage. I can say from the point of view of someone who knows the subject from the inside that many companies care much more about how quickly they manage to bring things up from storage than from processing capacity. Game companies for example prefer that players on their servers have a smoother gaming experience and faster loading from the disk than the ability to hold more players on the same server.

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There are amazing protections, they have created a complete denial of access between all the virtual instances running in the machine from each other, everything is encrypted, in all layers, including the occupancy of the Itself, including preventing VMware from accessing the virtual intensities it is running, in case it itself is infected, what it is running is actually encrypted and it does not understand what is in it. Something out of this world, preventing everyone from everyone including the operating system from being able to see information of the systems it is running itself. And most of all, you are not required in terms of adjustments to do anything, you as a customer, your transition to the new platform is completely transparent. In fact what they have done is a revolution in the field combined with a change in VMWARE code, which makes it possible to do so, is here Integrated hardware versus software.

Systems protection has risen a notch. Need to really dive deep, I guess later came out the technical materials, which explain in depth how it is done and all the details. In the presentation we touched on the subject at a glance, just to explain in principle what we got. And that was already enough to be very impressed.

https://www.channelfutures.com/data-centers/amd-further-challenges-intel-with-3rd-gen-epyc-cpu#:~:text=The new AMD 3rd Gen,a sandboxed%2C isolated execution environment.

 

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Next year 2022 - probably towards the end, will be launched EPYC Fourth generation, based on 5nm and up to 96 cores (192 threads) for a single socket.

If Intel (which is still stuck on 28 cores) does not make a parallel jump, then this is the stage where it is estimated that AMD You will succeed in winning a share

A 50% market in the global server space.

Intel offers 56 cores (112 threads) in its 9282 Platinum processors.

It's a little weird that they compare to 8200 ...

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