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March 10, 2023,
Volume 300, Issue 2

The server and HPC processor market has been in a period of change. Repeated delays from Intel and strong positioning from AMD have led to a shift from the long-established dominance that Intel has had in this market.

However, the latest news on Intel's upcoming Intel Xeon scalable processors (code-named Sapphire Rapids) suggests that this increased competition is good for scientists and researchers looking for the best price/performance from their hardware investment.

Researchers using HPC now have a wider choice of viable high-performance computing (HPC) hardware to use in their next generation of supercomputers. In November 2022, AMD announced its latest processor in the Epyc Server lineup of CPU chips. As with other Epyc chips, this is primarily designed for cloud providers, enterprises, and organisations using HPC.

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