CPUsEPYC Of the chip developer is officially becoming part of the extensive network services of the empire from Jeff Bezos
With all due respect to the growing market share of home consumers, AMD's biggest challenge is probably trying to build from scratch the market share in the world of servers and information centers in the post - Opetron family and Bulldozer architecture that failed miserably - and now it seems to be taking a big step in the right direction with Disclosure of a cooperation agreement Especially prestigious in front Amazon And theAWS its.
Amazon is not only a retail giant but also a true network giant, controlling over 35 percent of the entire cloud computing services universe (far more than any other competitor in the field) - and from now on it will offer its customers Rabin services based on first-generation EPYC processors, Alongside those it already offers based on Xeon's various processors Intel.
EPYC processors will initially be integrated into a limited number of AWS platform information centers in the United States, Ireland and Asia, but are expected to expand to all of Amazon's server farms around the globe - thus providingAMD Recognition is very important in the field, market share and probably quite a few fresh revenue streams.
AMD's current market share in the server world is, according to third party reports, just over one percent, but it seems that the collaboration with Amazon and other company ventures will allow this figure to jump to a level of about five percent in just a few months - and from there the road is open To a vision that was previously revealed by former Intel CEO Brian Krasnich, when he said in an interview that The purpose of the long term Is to preventAMD Take over the share of more than 20 percent of domain servers.
The second EPYC processor, Rome, doubling the number of cores available, and thus the existing performance potential and cost-effectiveness ratios, will undoubtedly provide another significant boost to the popularity of the E-Zen In the prestigious and important field - especially when you consider the support for the same bracket that will shorten the integration and verification times required for the hardware.
The good news also did not go unnoticed by investors, who began to express renewed support for the chip developer with a 10 percent increase in stock value since the announcement - and a steady trend that is expected to continue in the near future as part of the media buzz created by the New Horizon event.