Wednesday, April 24, 2024

AMD’s Latest AI and Power Abilities Alter Microsoft’s Vision

AMD’s Latest AI With Microsoft

AMD and Microsoft demonstrated how new services and compute abilities across cloud and generative AI, Protected Computing, Cloud Computing, and smarter, more intelligent PCs are made possible by AMD products, such as the upcoming AMD Instinct MI300X accelerator, AMD EPYC CPUs, and AMD Ryzen CPUs with AI engines.

According to Vamsi Boppana, Senior Vice President, AMD’s latest AI, “AMD’s latest AI regardless of where from the cloud to business applications and end point devices all underpinned by our CPUs, GPUs, stimulants and AI engines.” AMD is speeding research to deliver the benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) to a wide range of compute engines with increased software capabilities, in collaboration with company Microsoft and a fast expanding ecosystem of both hardware and software partners.

Enabling AMD’s Latest AI-Powered Features in Azure Insight MI300X

The AMD Instinct MI300X is used in Microsoft’s new Azure ND MI300x v5 Virtual Machine (VM) series, which is designed for AI applications. Azure is the first cloud to adopt the new accelerator. The new virtual machines (VMs) are a component of Microsoft’s diverse infrastructure, which supports AI innovation for businesses worldwide and gives customers more efficiency and scalability options.

AMD EPYC Processors: Promoting Cloud Computing Advancement

Another development in virtual machines (VMs) that are memory-intensive, general-purpose, and compute-optimized is the use of 4th generation AMD EPYC processors. In comparison to the previous generation of AMD EPYC-powered virtual machines, these new Microsoft VMs will offer better pricing options, up to 20% enhanced efficiency for broad-application and memory-intensive VMs, and up to 2x faster performance of the CPU for compute-optimized VMs. These VMs further demonstrate the growth and demand for AMD EPYC processors in the cloud. The public will be able to preview the new VM series starting in the first quarter of 2024.

AMD is also showcasing the Azure NGads V620 family of virtual machines (VMs) at Ignite, which are presently available to the public. It is a brand-new GPU-accelerated virtual machine (VM) for visualization from the Azure N-series family. Several AMD technologies, including AMD Radeon PRO V620 GPUs and 3rd Gen AMD EPYC CPUs, power these virtual machines.

Applications that need proportionately more GPU resources per virtual machine (VM) in order to support heavier workloads or more users per VM are the focus of the NGads V620 series. For a variety of GPU applications, such as gaming, visual data interface, and rendering, the V620 provides an excellent experience. Customers of the NG series can use the new AMD Software: Cloud Edition to acquire an optimized driver.

Computer AI

AMD also showcased the ongoing success of Ryzen AI, the first x86 chip-based dedicated AI accelerator. Millions of AMD’s latest AI PCs are now available on the market, with over 50 devices including Ryzen 7000 Series CPUs with built-in Ryzen AI. AMD and Microsoft have previously worked together to allow Microsoft Studio Effects on Ryzen AI PCs, and AMD is still working with software developers to provide users access to more generative AI experiences and higher AI workloads.

Agarapu Ramesh was founder of the Govindhtech and Computer Hardware enthusiast. He interested in writing Technews articles. Working as an Editor of Govindhtech for one Year and previously working as a Computer Assembling Technician in G Traders from 2018 in India. His Education Qualification MSc.



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