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AMD launches data center CPU 'Genoa', taps Google, Microsoft as customers

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Advanced Micro Devices launched its latest data center chip on Thursday. The fourth generation EPYC processor, code named "Genoa", makes significant improvement on performance and energy efficiency compared with its previous chip. Microsoft Corp's Azure, Alphabet-owned Google Cloud and Oracle Corp would be some of its customers.
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AMD launches data center CPU 'Genoa', taps Google, Microsoft as customers

Shares of AMD soared about 14%, mirroring the rise in peers such as Nvidia Corp which gained over 13% on signs of cooling inflation. The Philadelphia SE Semiconductor index surged 8.7%.

3 months ago·Mumbai, India
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AMD launches data center CPU 'Genoa', taps Google, Microsoft as customers

Advanced Micro Devices Inc launched its latest data center chip on Thursday and said Microsoft Corp's Azure, Alphabet-owned Google Cloud and Oracle Corp would be some of its customers.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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AMD launches data center CPU 'Genoa', taps Google, Microsoft as customers

Advanced Micro Devices launched its latest data center chip on Thursday and said Microsoft Corp's Azure, Alphabet-owned Google Cloud and Oracle Corp would be some of its customers. The fourth generation EPYC processor, code named "Genoa", makes significant improvement on performance and energy efficiency c

3 months ago·Singapore
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