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Power your AI Revolution with AMD EPYC™ processors

With their leadership performance, exceptional energy efficiency and built-in security capabilities, AMD EPYC processors can be critical to enabling artificial intelligence solutions, extending and enriching workloads and activities across industries.

Machine learning and AI technologies are presenting amazing new opportunities for businesses and organisations of all sizes

AI hardware market is on the rise

The global AI hardware market is expanding, with an annual growth rate of 24.5%, from $53.71 billion in 2023 to a projected $473.53 billion by 2033.1

Many currently using AI

53% of businesses already apply AI to improve production processes, and 51% are adopting AI for process automation.2

Businesses believe in AI

Nearly two-thirds (64%) of business owners believe AI will improve customer relationships.3

AMD EPYC™ Processors: The right choice for AI

Use AMD EPYC CPU-based servers not only for small-scale AI training and inferencing
but also to consolidate and enhance your existing workloads and data stores.

Scale your AI infrastructure with AMD to unlock exceptional performance, efficiency and compatibility.

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1 GlobeNewswire, “Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Hardware Market Size to Reach USD 473.53 Bn By 2033,” March 6, 2024, https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2024/03/06/2841613/0/en/Artificial-Intelligence-AI-in-Hardware-Market-Size-to-Reach-USD-
473-53-Bn-By-2033.html.
2 Forbes Advisor, “How Businesses Are Using Artificial Intelligence In 2023,” April 24, 2023, https://www.forbes.com/advisor/business/software/ai-in-business/.
3 Forbes Advisor, “How Businesses Are Using Artificial Intelligence In 2023,” April 24, 2023, https://www.forbes.com/advisor/business/software/ai-in-business/.
4 Techjury, “15 Crucial Data Center Statistics to Know in 2024,” January 2, 2024, https://techjury.net/blog/data-center-statistics/.
5 International Energy Agency, “Electricity 2024, Analysis and Forecast to 2026,” https://iea.blob.core.windows.net/assets/6b2fd954-2017-408e-bf08-952fdd62118a/Electricity2024-Analysisandforecastto2026.pdf, page 8.
6 Core advantage comparison of highest core count 4th Gen EPYC, the 128C AMD EPYC 9754 (https://www.amd.com/en/product/13371) vs. highest core count 5th Gen Intel Xeon, the 64C Xeon 8592+.
7 All-core boost advantage comparison of 64C AMD EPYC 9554 (https://www.amd.com/en/product/12571) vs. 64C Intel Xeon 8592+, https://www.phoronix.com/image-viewer.php?id=intel-5th-gen-xeon-emeraldrapids&image=intel_xeon_11_lrg.
8 All-core boost for AMD EPYC™ processors is the average frequency of all processor cores running in performance mode while utilizing a low activity workload. Actual achievable all-core boost will vary based on hardware, software, workloads and other conditions.
9 Memory capacity advantage comparison of AMD EPYC 9004 Series CPUs (12-channel 6TB with 256GB DDR5) vs. 5th Gen Intel Xeon CPUs (8-channel 4TB with 256GB DDR5). Memory bandwidth advantage comparison of AMD EPYC 9004 Series CPUs (12-channel
DDR5-4800 at 460.8GB/s) vs. select 5th Gen Intel Xeon (8-channel DDR5-5600 at 358.4GB/s).
10 AMD Infinity Guard features vary by EPYC™ Processor generations. Infinity Guard security