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64-core AMD EPYC second-generation processor set a record: completing the world's first 8K HDR real-time coding

via:博客园     time:2019/9/16 9:30:24     readed:119

Author: Wannan

According to AMD data, server CPU is their second largest source of revenue, and market share has increased from less than 1% to 3.2%. It is expected to reach double-digit share by the end of 2020, which depends on their EPYC second-generation processors.

, Beamr Imaging Pictures announced on Friday thatUsing AMD single-channel EPYC 7742 processor, the 8K HEVC real-time coding is completed for the first time in the world.

EPYC 7742 is designed based on a 7-nm process, a Zen 2 architecture, and a 64-core 128-thread design that meets the HDR wide dynamic range requirement,79 frames per second, and 10-bit color depth.

This is a great achievement for industry insiders. After all, Beamr Imaging's video coding software was designed to drain 64 cores to maximize parallel computing power, and EPYC 7742 has met this challenge well.

In addition, with the basic popularity of 4K, 8K live TV, cloud games and so on are about to embark on the road of popularization, requiring products such as EPYC 7742 as background technical support. EPYC said that the first generation of EPYC (Naples) can also support cloud games, but the resolution is not so high.

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