AMD introduces a new line of Epyc processors designed specifically for applications Has introduced. Central processor AMD series Epyc Embedded 9004 It consists of 10 different models with the number of cores from 16 to 96 and thermal power profiles (TDP) between 200 W and 400 W. Their base clock speeds also range from 2.4GHz to 3.25GHz with a maximum frequency of up to 4.15GHz on select models, and all are built using the 5nm Zen 4 process.
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An ideal option for smart city and security monitoring
These new AMD products support dual internal non-volatile memory modules (NVDIMMs), which is a type of hybrid memory that combines volatile DRAM and non-volatile flash memory, as well as non-transparent bridging (NTB) by enabling data exchange between two additional processors to increase functionality. Combines system reliability.
Additionally, the Epyc Embedded 9004 series supports dual serial peripheral interface ports, so off-chip ROMs can be used for secure boot. AMD has announced that it plans to make its new processors available for up to seven years, with a long-term support cycle.
|Processor model||The number of cores||TDP (W)||Basic clock||Maximum frequency|
|9454||48||290W||2.75 GHz||3.8 GHz|
|9354||32||280W||3.25 GHz||3.8 GHz|
|9254||24||200W||2.9 GHz||4.15 GHz|
|9124||16||200W||3.0 GHz||3.7 GHz|
|9654P||96||360W||2.4 GHz||3.7 GHz|
|9454P||48||290W||2.75 GHz||3.8 GHz|
|9354P||32||280W||3.25 GHz||3.8 GHz|
Two of the company’s biggest customers are currently working on products with AMD’s new hardware. Siemens’ new SIMATIC IPC RS-828A server will run Epyc Embedded 9004 series processors, and Advantech’s ASMB-831 server board will also support the Socket SP5 solution. AMD also said the Advantech board is ideal for image analysis in a variety of fields, including smart city applications and security monitoring.
AMD’s Epyc Embedded 9004 series chips are now available to their customers as test samples, and mass production is expected to begin in April. Evaluation kits with a reference board, development tool kits and full documentation are also available to qualified customers, AMD added.
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