Earlier today, AMD announced the “together we advance_date centers” event, unveiling the next generation of AMD EPYC Genoa data center processors. The event will be in-person and live-streamed, featuring various AMD executives and other ecosystem partners presenting details about their next-generation data center processor.
We already saw the AMD EPYC Genoa last week at the OCP Summit 2022. These next-generation parts are shaping up to be big news based on what Microsoft showed us. The hardware has been confirmed to have 96 cores and Zen 4 on 5nm. That’s not even mentioning the 12-channel DDR5 memory, along with the PCIe Gen5 capabilities of the processors.
While the competition may try to focus their efforts in opposite directions, it seems like AMD is expanding its efforts to try to be the best in all fields. The AMD EPYC Genoa will probably be very competitive in the market if the Zen 4 desktop side indicates anything, but only time will tell.
The event will start at 10 am Pacific Time on November 10th.