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AMD Accelerator Cloud will give access to the latest EPYC processors and Instinct gas pedals

AMD Accelerator Cloud will give access to the latest EPYC processors and Instinct gas pedals

AMD has announced the new AMD Accelerator Cloud (AAC) developer platform. This is a private cloud that provides remote access to AMD's latest products to test their capabilities in high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) tasks.

To start working with the platform you need to register and get approval of access from AMD, after that users will be able to form the necessary configuration of nodes, choosing the necessary AMD Instinct gas pedals, OS, as well as the version of ROCm package, for the promotion of which, apparently, everything was conceived. In the coming months, Instinct MI200 gas pedals and the latest AMD EPYC processors will be available in the cloud, and they can be tested for their suitability for user-planned workloads. This will simplify code migration, software benchmarking or tests to scale workloads to more compute nodes.

The company intends to complement the service with training sessions and hackathons, including private ones, so that potential customers can sharpen their skills faster and get the most out of AMD solutions. This is no small initiative for AMD, as many HPC/II application developers are not as aware of the current capabilities of AMD software solutions. Intel introduced a similar service two years ago & ; the company's processors, gas pedals, GPUs and FPGAs, as well as development kits, software packages, libraries and other software necessary for testing and optimizing software solutions are available in the DevCloud cloud platform. The launch of DevCloud was timed to coincide with the announcement of oneAPI and Intel Xe gas pedals.

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