server_zone_new4_1140x150 Demand for data center compute resources is growing at an unprecedented rate, driven by the need to deliver, manipulate and analyze enormous amounts of data generated within the cloud. AMD draws on more than a decade of x86 innovation, harnesses the power of industry-leading graphics technology, and is pioneering the 64-bit ARM server space to more efficiently execute some of the most challenging server workloads. The AMD Server Zone exists to give developers the tools, documentation, and forum they need to optimize existing applications as well as create the next generation of workloads powering the datacenter. Welcome to a unique community that is transforming server processing and re-imagining the server. Read below for resources, documentation and articles for AMD server processors. Also, check out the Developer Resources and Blog sites. There you will find the full catalog of drivers, articles, instructional videos and more.


Software Resources

Use the right tool for the right job. These software development tools and resources have been optimized for AMD Server processors:

Runtimes & Compilers

  • Java™ Learn about AMD’s Java optimization work in the Java Zone
  • GCC & GNU Toolchains GNU Toolset, including GCC, the glibc project and binutils
  • PGI C, C++, and Fortran compiler for x86 with OpenACC support for GPU
  • Open64 High performance C, C++ and Fortran compiler targeting 32-bit and 64-bit Linux platforms
  • Microsoft Visual Studio®

Libraries & Tools

  • AMD Core Math Library (ACML) Highly tuned implementations of BLAS and CFFT complex-complex Fast Fourier Transforms for x86 CPUs. APU version now in beta
  • clMath OpenCL implementations of BLAS and FFT
  • libM Optimized implementations of standard C99 math functions
  • CodeXL Powerful GPU debugger, GPU and CPU profiler, and OpenCL analyzer (C, C++, OpenCL)

Documentation

Articles


Hardware Resources

AMD server products now span three different architectures. Be part of the server transformation – visit below for product specs and documentation:

Documentation

Articles

More articles in the Server Archive…


Press

For more articles visit the AMD Newsroom