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Azure HBv3 VMs for HPC now generally available with AMD EPYC CPUs with AMD 3D V-Cache

21 Mart 2022 Pazartesi

Azure HBv3 virtual machines (VMs) are now upgraded to and generally available with AMD EPYC 3rd Gen processors with 3D V-Cache, formerly codenamed “Milan-X”, in the Azure East US, South Central, and West Europe regions. The new processors significantly improve the performance, scaling efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of a variety of memory performance-bound workloads such as CFD, explicit finite element analysis, computational geoscience, weather simulation, and silicon design right-to-left (RTL) workflows.

Principal Program Manager, Azure HPC

Azure HBv3 virtual machines for HPC, now up to 80 percent faster with AMD Milan-X CPUs

8 Kasım 2021 Pazartesi

We are announcing that a private preview is now live for Azure HBv3 virtual machines enhanced by AMD EPYC 3rd Gen processors with 3D v-cache, codenamed “Milan-X”. These processors significantly improve the performance, scaling efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of a variety of memory performance-bound workloads such as CFD, explicit finite element analysis, computational geoscience, weather simulation, and silicon design RTL workflows.

Principal Program Manager, Azure HPC

Azure HC-series Virtual Machines cross 20,000 cores for HPC workloads

20 Haziran 2019 Perşembe

Azure HC-series Virtual Machines are now generally available in the West US 2 and East US regions. HC-series virtual machines (VMs) are optimized for the most at-scale, computationally intensive HPC applications. For this class of workload, HC-series VMs are the most performant, scalable, and price-performant ever launched on Azure or elsewhere on the public cloud.

Principal Program Manager, Azure HPC

HB-series Azure Virtual Machines achieve cloud supercomputing milestone

26 Mayıs 2019 Pazar

New HPC-targeted cloud virtual machines are first to scale to 10,000 cores. Azure Virtual Machine HB-series are the first on the public cloud to scale a MPI-based high performance computing (HPC) job to 10,000 cores. This level of scaling has long been considered the realm of only the world’s most powerful and exclusive supercomputers, but now is available to anyone using Azure.

Principal Program Manager, Azure HPC