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ILM special effects
How ILM creates visual effects faster & cheaper with AMD-powered Supermicro hardware
  • May 22, 2023
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

ILM, the visual-effects company founded by George Lucas, is using AMD-powered Supermicro servers and workstations to create the next generation of special effects for movies and TV.

Professional AI for brain tomography
A hospital’s diagnosis: Professional AI workloads require professional hardware
  • May 18, 2023
  • Author: Peter Krass

A Taiwanese hospital’s initial use of AI to interpret medical images with consumer graphics cards fell short. The prescription? Supermicro workstations powered by AMD components. 

Image: Match CPU Options to Your Apps and Workloads to Maximize Efficiency
Match CPU Options to Your Apps and Workloads to Maximize Efficiency
  • November 29, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

The CPU package is configurable at time of purchase with various options that you can match up to the specific characteristics of your workloads. Ask yourself the three questions the story poses.

Conceptual image of the speed of the AMD Threadripper CPU
AMD’s Threadripper: Higher-Performance Computing from a Desktop Processor
  • October 5, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

The AMD Threadripper™ CPU may be a desktop processor, but desktop computing was never like this. The new chipset comes in a variety of multi-core versions, with a maximum of 64 cores running up to 128 threads, 256MB of L3 cache and 2TB of DDR 8-channel memory. The newest Threadrippers are built with AMD’s latest 7 nanometer dies.  

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