Tuesday, November 6, 2012

New Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD) Processors To Deliver Winning Solution

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.(NYSE:AMD) has released its latest AMD Opteron 6300 Series server processors with the nest-gen ‘Piledriver’ core. The new technology is promising ground-breaking Java performance. The latest AMD Opteron processors offer superior performance and scalability for virtual server platforms that are primary to public as well as private cloud deployments, top-notch computing clusters and big data systems.

The AMD Opteron 6300 Series processors deliver top-notch performance in SPECjbb2005, which happens to be a benchmark to assess Java performance. Java is a crucial element of the software platform for the next-gen date centers. It has been found that rate of performance measure every watt has increased by 40% higher as compared to the previous solutions. This implies that businesses operating on robust software systems are likely to be able to enjoy high performance.

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AMD keeps on driving HPC performance with the AMD Opteron 6300 Series processors by influencing optimizations in libraries and compilers and by blending it with the next-generation core architecture. AMD has come up with incredible results in HPC applications like the molecular dynamics overloads.

General Manager of Server Busines Unit of AMD, Suresh Gopalakrishnan has said that across global IT organizations, cost-effective as well as scalable performance is seen as a key requirement to support server consolidation, cloud computing and highly-threaded workloads that is common in HPC. The key to a winning key for consumers is working with OEMs and other providers for solutions in order to reduce TCO with a blend of superior performance and cost effectiveness.

Servers from HP and Dell that are based on AMD Opteron 6300 Series processors are slated to be available by the end of this year. AMD has already witnessed an early footing with the AMD Opteron 6300 Series processor powering in a supercomputing operation at Indiana University. 

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