AMD EPYC™ Energy Efficiency

Leadership Energy Efficiency with AMD EPYC™ Processors

Drive energy efficiencies by meeting application performance demands with fewer physical servers than competitive solutions.

UPTO

33%

Fewer server required

UPTO

41%

Lower TCO over a three-year period²

ESTIMATED

32%

Less energy consumed vs competitor

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Advantage of AMD EPYC™ Processors

Advancing your sustainability goals is easy with AMD EPYC™ processors. Find out how it can help reduce CAPEX and OPEX for your data centers while delivering unmatched performance.

Case Studies

See How AMD EPYC™ Processors Help Boost Energy Efficiency for Leading Organizations

Discover how DBS leveraged AMD EPYC™ processors to reduce its data center costs and power consumption significantly.

Discover how Yahoo Japan reduced data center racks by 20% with AMD EPYC™ processors and achieved improved performance.

Learn how TSMC optimized its workload performance with AMD EPYC™ processors to yield better performance with fewer servers.

Find out how AMD EPYC™ processors helps Ateme deliver next-generation video streaming while reducing carbon footprint.

Here’s how Vestas is optimizing wind energy production to build a more sustainable energy future with HPC powered by AMD EPYC™ processors.

Unlock The True Sustainability Potential of Your Data Center

With the AMD EPYC™ Server Virtualization and Greenhouse Gas Emissions TCO Estimation Tool, you can easily see the potential value AMD EPYC™ processors may deliver for your data center. You can also compare your current x86 based server solution to a solution powered by AMD EPYC™ processors!

How Technology Decisions Drive Data Center Efficiency

As the issue of climate change becomes more pressing, businesses across the globe are understanding their responsibility to reduce their carbon footprint. To address this imperative, business leaders are adopting and acting upon formalized corporate sustainability and efficiency-related goals. See how the data center can present a unique opportunity to drive efficiencies and propel organizations towards meeting these goals.

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Why Data Center Processor Selection Matters in Achieving Sustainability Goals

Businesses that are embracing sustainability as a core objective should factor power consumption into their choice of servers. Reducing server power consumption can be accomplished by increasing CPU core density. While multi-core processors might use more total power than single-core CPUs, they can also process significantly higher workload volumes, since each core is essentially a microprocessor. See why data processor selection matters for data center sustainability.

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Deployments and Industries

Discover AMD EPYC™ processors are powering energy efficiency and deliver value for organizations across industries and use cases

Cloud Computing

Get a powerful and energy-saving performance transformation for your cloud workloads

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Database and Analytics

Activate your database and propel sustainable business growth

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Design and Simulation

Deliver higher quality designs and faster simulations without compromising on energy efficiency

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HCI and Virtualization

Unlock the full value of HCI with powerful, secure, and energy-efficient AMD EPYC™ processors

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Networking and Telco

5G deployment success made easy with exceptional performance, scalability, and sustainability

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Supercomputing and HPC

Solve the world’s most complex challenges with greener exascale computing

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With the right choice of processors, your organization can significantly lower the impact of your IT operations.

Discover how you can drive cost and energy efficiencies in the data center by reducing its footprint and overall power consumption.

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1. SP5-011B: SPECpower_ssj®2008 comparison based on published 2U, 2P Windows® results as of 11/10/2022. Configurations: 2P AMD EPYC 9654 (27501 overall ssj_ops/W, 2U, http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2022q4/power_ssj2008-20221020-01194.html) vs. 2P Intel Xeon Platinum 8380 (13670 overall ssj_ops/W, 2U, http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2022q4/power_ssj2008-20220926-01184.html).  http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2021q2/power_ssj2008-20210324-01091.html  SPEC® and SPECpower_ssj® are registered trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. See www.spec.org for more information.

2. Hardware only