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Oracle Announces AMD EPYC Instances

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All technology is in a state of constant evolution, including computing. As the technology evolves so do customer needs and requirements. At the forefront of these needs is price and performance. With this in mind, Oracle and AMD have rolled out the E Series of instances, making Oracle first public cloud to have a generally available AMD EPYC processor-based compute instance. Leveraging EPYC CPUs gives Oracle the largest core count in production for a public cloud at 64 cores. The E Series offers a third more memory lanes, up to 269Gb/s memory bandwidth, and the lowest cost for a non-burstable compute instance in the public cloud.




Oracle Announces AMD EPYC Instances


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