Oracle Cloud Infrastructure introduces AMD EPYC powered instances

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Oracle on Tuesday announced the availability of AMD EPYC-powered instances on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Oracle says it's the largest public cloud provider to have bare metal instances on AMD EPYC processors. The Compute Standard E2 platform -- the first addition to the AMD EPYC processor-based E series -- is generally available in Bare Metal as well as one, two, four and eight core VM Shapes. At 3 cents per core hour, Oracle says it's the most cost-effective instance available on any public cloud. The EPYC platform also offers more than 269 Gb/s memory bandwidth, the highest recorded by any instance in the public cloud.

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