AMD Shifts Electronic Design Automation Workloads to Google Cloud

AMD Shifts Electronic Design Automation Workloads to Google Cloud

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has announced that it will move part of its chip design electronic design automation workloads to Google Cloud in order to expand the capabilities of its own data centres.

According to AMD, chipmakers demand complicated designs to pack elements into circuit boards at extraordinary density and EDA provides both standardised techniques and automation to speed up development.

The company claims that Google Cloud C2D instances will provide a new channel of high-performance resources that allows AMD teams to mix and match the optimal compute solution to each EDA workflow. Given the importance of scale, elasticity, and efficient resource use in chip design, AMD plans to use Google’s new compute-optimized C2D virtual machine instances.

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