AMD Unveils Radeon PRO V620 for ML Workloads and Cloud Gaming

The AMD Radeon PRO V620 GPU has been released, which is based on AMD’s latest RDNA 2 architecture. It provides high-performance GPU acceleration for today’s demanding cloud workloads such as immersive AAA game experiences, intensive 3D workloads, and modern office productivity applications at scale.

The AMD Radeon PRO V620 delivers dedicated GPU resources that can scale to multiple graphics users, as well as multi-stream hardware accelerated encoders and 32GB GDDR6 RAM. This would help assure cost-effective graphics acceleration for a variety of workloads. The AMD Radeon PRO V620 GPU is designed to produce and deliver immersive AAA gaming experiences, utilizing the same GPU architecture that drives the newest generation of game consoles and PC game experiences.

“AMD is bringing high-performance AAA gaming experience to the cloud with the introduction of the AMD Radeon PRO V620,” said Jeff Connell, corporate vice president, Visual and Cloud Gaming, AMD. “We’re seeing adoption of gaming in the cloud from customers around the world, taking advantage of the latest virtualization features delivering efficient and low latency content streaming to multiple simultaneous users. AMD Radeon PRO V620 is yet another proof point of AMD’s excellence in gaming – from the PC to the console and now to the cloud.”

Key Use Cases

With strong compute units, a robust visual pipeline, and all-new AMD Infinity Cache, the AMD Radeon PRO V620 GPU would enable high-resolution gaming performance with the latest in visual technologies like as Vulkan, DirectX 12 Ultimate, and AMD FidelityFX. The AMD Radeon PRO V620 helps to offer efficient and low latency video streaming to numerous simultaneous users, revolutionizing cloud gaming, with the newest virtualization capabilities, AMD Infinity Cache, and 32GB of GDDR6 memory.

Key features of AMD Radeon PRO V620 include:

  • Powerful Data Center GPU Solution – With 32GB GDDR6 RAM and AMD Infinity Cache, as well as specialized hardware ray tracing, the AMD RDNA 2 architecture delivers outstanding performance for graphics-intensive tasks and games
  • Advanced Hardware-Based Security Features – SR-IOV-based GPU virtualization expands to numerous professional graphics users while also providing extensive security features, ensuring that sensitive user data is protected from unauthorized access
  • Multi-Purpose Flexibility – Designed to operate with the most recent AMD drivers and AMD ROCm software to handle a variety of workloads, including cloud gaming, DaaS, WaaS, and machine learning
  • Supported Modern Applications – To speed cinematic games and feature-rich apps and websites, full support for DirectX 12 Ultimate, DirectX, OpenGL, WebGL, and OpenCL is provided

Microsoft Azure

Photo Lynn Comp, corporate vice president, Cloud Business Unit, AMD
“By using the new Azure Dav5 and Eav5 VMs with the latest AMD EPYC CPUs, customers will get access to leading performance and fantastic price-performance for general purpose and memory optimized workloads,” said Lynn Comp, corporate vice president, Cloud Business Unit, AMD.

AMD has also announced its continued momentum and collaboration with Microsoft Azure. The 3rd Generation AMD EPYC CPU is now available in the latest generation of Dasv5 and Easv5 Azure Virtual Machines. DCasv5 and ECasv5 are new confidential VMs that are using the newest sophisticated security capabilities available in 3rd Gen EPYC CPUs, such as Secure Encrypted Virtualization-Secure Nested Paging (SEV-SNP).

The new Azure confidential VMs, DCasv5 and ECasv5, which are the first EPYC processor-based confidential VMs at Azure and the first confidential VMs to leverage SEV-SNP, will allow customers to encrypt data in their security-focused applications in use, transit, and at rest. When compared to previous EPYC processor-based Microsoft Azure VMs, the upgraded Dasv5 VMs, optimized for general purpose workloads, and the Easv5 VMs, designed for memory-based workloads, give superior price-performance for most general purpose and memory-intensive applications.

Customers with stringent security and confidentiality needs for their workloads can utilize Azure confidential VMs. These confidential VMs benefit from strong hardware-based security features provided by AMD EPYC CPUs, allowing them to excel at:

  • Privacy-preserving data analytics
  • Workloads needing robust encryption
  • Sharing data between firms with less exposure to other data while benefiting from shared insights is a win-win situation

“By using the new Azure Dav5 and Eav5 VMs with the latest AMD EPYC CPUs, customers will get access to leading performance and fantastic price-performance for general purpose and memory optimized workloads,” said Lynn Comp, corporate vice president, Cloud Business Unit, AMD. “Beyond that, Azure is using the advanced security features of EPYC CPUs for the new confidential VMs, so their customers can benefit from both performance and security for their workloads.”

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