Google’s EPYC Tau VMs 1

Google’s EPYC Tau VMs

Faster Than A Speeding AWS, More Powerful Than An Azure Instance Google’s new Tau VMs will be powered by third generation EPYC processors from AMD and the specifications are impressive.  There will be up to to 60 vCPUs per virtual machine with each Tau vCPU having up to 4GB of memory to make use of, […]

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PC Perspective Podcast #602 – Intel Exits NAND Storage, Radeon 6K, Google Kills Again and More! 11

PC Perspective Podcast #602 – Intel Exits NAND Storage, Radeon 6K, Google Kills Again and More!

In every long running series, there’s usually another episode. Sometimes it’s good. Sometimes, it gets taken out behind the woodshed and edited into acceptability. On the menu tonight, we’re serving up the details on Intel exiting NAND in many forms, Google exiting another of their product lines (thanks for beta testing!), Silicon Motion is firmly […]

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