AMD EPYC™ server processors reintroduce competition to the data center

The average cost of a data breach has grown to nearly $3.92 million1, according to IBM research.

 

With 2nd Gen AMD EPYC™ Server Processors, AMD has established a cost to performance ratio so large that it sets a new standard for enterprise data centers. Not only is performance at the heart of AMD processor design, we also acknowledge the importance of keeping you and your customers data safe.

 

AMD understands that ensuring your organization’s security requirements are met is a business-critical task.

 

IDC finds that, on average, 40% of all security breaches come from internal attacks2. Without any kind of secure encryption, IT administrators cannot see the data running in virtualized applications, let alone detect when they are compromised.

 

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Footnotes

1. Cost of Data Breach Report, 2019, IBM, https://www.ibm.com/security/data-breach

2. Processor Security Underpins Secure Datacenter Infrastructure, IDC, 2019. https://www.amd.com/system/files/documents/idc-security-whitepaper.pdf

 

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