Turn your data center into a competitive advantage with AMD – setting superior standards for performance, security and scalability for your most demanding workloads.

Delivering on our promise to continuously drive innovation to help solve the world’s biggest challenges, AMD introduces the new 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ server processors, featuring the EPYC™ 7763 the world’s highest performing server processor1. AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series helps elevate your business productivity by enabling faster application performance.

Workload Performance Leadership

Powering solutions in the Cloud, on-prem or off-prem, in containers, or VMs. Whether on bare metal or HCI, AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series provides outstanding performance across the wide spectrum of industry standard applications.

As the leader in high-performance computing, AMD continues to raise the bar for data center computing delivering on its continuous roadmap execution and commitment to innovation.

The Secret is Under the Hood

Built on the “Zen 3” core and AMD Infinity Architecture, the new AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series processors provide a full feature set across the stack with industry leading I/O, 7nm x86 CPU technology, and an integrated security processor on die.  EPYC™ 7003 CPUs provide up to 32MB of L3 cache per core, 4-6-8 memory channel interleaving designed for better economies and performance in multiple DIMM configurations, plus synchronized clocks between fabric and memory, all driving better, faster time to results.

Capture the Full Benefits of your IT Investments

From traditional application deployment to the latest innovations, with AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors you have the system resources and capacity your applications require. 

We’re constantly increasing our software optimization footprint to help ensure applications leverage all the innovations of AMD EPYC™ processors. For example, as of January 2021, there are over 132 AMD EPYC™ powered VMware® certified platforms. The broad ecosystem and support for open tools and libraries are more reasons why top cloud providers are choosing AMD.

Delivering the results you need, when you need them, AMD EPYC™ powered servers help you capitalize on business impact quickly across your enterprise – no matter how, where, or when your applications run. 

The Most Important Element Inside Our Processors is Your Data

In a world full of complexity, you need to help your workloads be more secure, from processes all the way to your data. Built into the silicon, AMD Infinity Guard is a suite of advanced security features designed to defend against internal and external threats attacking your data and decrease potential attack surfaces as software is booted, executed, and processes your critical data.  Featuring AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization technologies strengthened with Secure Nested Paging, AMD is helping power breakthrough data security advancements, such as confidential computing.

EPYC™ by the Numbers

AMD EPYC™ has been engineered for data centers that rely on CPU performance and throughput. From hyper converged infrastructure, to database, to big data analytics to high performance computing, workloads have more cores to work with. AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series Processors scale from 8 to 64 cores (or 16 to 128 threads per socket). No other x86 server processor achieves this level of core density.

With AMD EPYC™ 7003, you get superior workload performance to deliver the resources your applications require.

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Footnotes

* EPYC-18: Max boost for AMD EPYC processors is the maximum frequency achievable by any single core on the processor under normal operating conditions for server systems.

  1. MLN-016: Results as of 01/28/2021 using SPECrate®2017_int_base. The AMD EPYC 7763 measured estimated score of 798 is higher than the current highest 2P server with an AMD  EPYC 7H12 and a score of 717, https://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2020q2/cpu2017-20200525-22554.pdf.

  2. MLN-064: VMmark® 3.1.1 performance score in a vSAN configuration based on an AMD independently published score of 30.41 @ 32 tiles, https://developer.amd.com/wp-content/resources/amd_7713_virt.pdf as of 03/15/2021, and the highest Intel based vSAN configuration utilizing a 4-host, 2x Intel Xeon Platinum 8268, 10.63 @ 12 tiles(https://www.vmware.com/content/dam/digitalmarketing/vmware/en/pdf/vmmark/2020-06-30-Supermicro-SYS-2029BT-HNR.pdf). VMmark® is a product of VMware, Inc.

  3. MLN-004: Login VSI™ Pro v4.1.40.1 comparison based on AMD internal testing as of 02/01/2021 measuring the maximum “knowledge worker” desktop sessions within VSI Baseline +1000ms response time using VMware ESXi 7.0u1 and VMware Horizon 8 on a server using 2x AMD EPYC 7763 versus a server with 2x Intel Xeon Gold 6258R for ~112% more max [~2.1x the] performance.  Results may vary.

  4. MLN-070: TPC Benchmark Express™ HSph@3TB comparison based on highest system results published as of 03/12/2021. Configurations: 17-node, 1x AMD EPYC 75F3 (34.52 HSph@3TB, $35,615.50/HSph@3TB, http://www.tpc.org/5548, available 3/15/2021, Framework 1 MapReduce) versus 2x Intel Xeon Gold 6262V (15.21 HSph@3TB, $129,143.92/HSph@3TB, http://www.tpc.org/5546, available 11/09/2020, Framework 1 MapReduce) for 127% higher [2.3x the] Hadoop Sort throughput performance at 72% better price/performance.

  5. MLN-049: ANSYS® LS-DYNA® version 2021.1 comparison based on AMD internal testing as of 02/05/2021 measuring the time to run neon, 3cars, PPT-short, odb10m-short, and car2car test case simulations (converted to jobs/day – higher is better) Configurations using a server with  2x AMD EPYC 75F3 (17555 total seconds) versus a server with 2x Intel Xeon Gold 6258R. (28774 total seconds) for ~81.0% more [~1.8x the] per node or ~59% [~1.6x the] per core average performance. The 3cars test case gain individually was 126% [~2.26x the] per node or ~98% per core jobs/day performance. Results may vary.

  6. MLN-073K: Based on SPECrate®2017_int_base on 02/20/2021, a server powered by two 64c AMD EPYC 7763 CPUs has a score of 819 in a compliant result run on an ThinkSystem SR645; with Memory: 2 TB (32 x 64 GB 2Rx4 PC4-3200AA-R), OS: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP5 (x86_64) Kernel 4.12.14-120-default; Compiler: C/C++/Fortran: Version 3.0.0 of AOCC.  Versus the current  highest score Intel Cascade Lake Refresh server with a score of 397 using 2P Intel Gold 6258R, https://spec.org/cpu2017/results/res2020q3/cpu2017-20200915-23981.pdf. SPEC®, SPECrate® and SPEC CPU® are registered trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. See www.spec.org for more information.

  7. EPYC-18: Max boost for AMD EPYC processors is the maximum frequency achievable by any single core on the processor under normal operating conditions for server systems.