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2ⁿᵈ Gen AMD EPYC™ is a new breed of server processors that sets a higher standard for data centers. The groundbreaking design makes AMD EPYC™ #1 in performance across industry-standard benchmarks¹.

Performance you can count on to propel your modern datacenter workloads. ’Hardened at the Core’ protection helps defend against side-channel attacks and EPYC’s secure encrypted virtualisation features help keep your data safe. The processor’s agility helps you manage new deployments and changing workloads, with the system resources you need, simply and cost-effectively.

AMD is the server processor company you can count on for innovation and leadership today and into the future.

Security Features

Enabling software boot without corruption

The AMD EPYC™ processor secure root of trust is designed to validate the initial BIOS software boot without corruption. In virtualised environments, you can cryptographically check that your entire software stack is booted without corruption on a cloud server or services you choose.

Restrict Internal Vulnerabilities

With encrypted memory, attacks on the integrity of main memory (such as cold-boot attacks) are inhibited because any data obtained is encrypted. High-performance encryption engines integrated into the memory controllers help speed performance. All of this is accomplished without modifications to your application software.

Safeguarding Virtual and Cloud Infrastructure

2ⁿᵈ Gen EPYC™ helps safeguard privacy and integrity by encrypting each virtual machine with one of up to 509 unique encryption keys known only to the processor. This aids in protecting the confidentiality of your data even if a malicious virtual machine finds a way into your virtual machine’s memory or a compromised hypervisor reaches into a guest virtual machine.

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