AMD throws down server gauntlet to Intel with major Baidu deal for its Epyc CPU

Nicholas Fearn
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Baidu takes big bet on AMD by putting Epyc chips at the heart of its datacentre servers

AMD has struck a deal with Chinese internet search giant Baidu to provide provide the microprocessors behind the Chinese company's AI, big data and cloud computing services. The deal marks a dec...

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