AMD has released the fourth generation of EPYC 9004 series processors codenamed Genoa, based on the Zen4 architecture, up to 96 core 192 threads, support 12 channels of DDR5 memory, 128 PCIe 5.0.
According to the roadmap, AMD is also preparing a Zen4c version, codenamed Bergamo, featuring multi-core and high-density computing with up to 128 cores and 256 threads, 12-channel DDR5, compatible with the same SP5 interface as Genoa.
AMD CTO Mark Papermaster said in a recent interview,Bergamo, which will be released in the first half of next year, will focus on high-throughput, high-density scenarios that do not require high frequency and high performance, such as cloud computing services.
He pointed out thatBergamo would compete with ARM-based data center processors, such as Amazon Graviton.
In particular, AMD also stressed thatBergamo is still essentially the Zen4 architecture, with the code running the same, only half as small.
In addition, AMD will release the same Zen4 architecture, integrated 3D V-Cache stack Genoa-X series, for telecommunications infrastructure and edge computing Siena(Siena), will be released next year.