amd announced that it made official todayto the acquisition of Pensando Systems for 1,900 million dollars, recalling that it was at the beginning of April that the acquisition was formalized.
With this acquisition, AMD acquires a pioneer in distributed computing designed for the New Edge, driving software-defined cloud, computing, networking, storage and security services to transform legacy architectures into ultra-premium environments. -fast and secure that next-gen applications demand. All company employees will join AMD’s Data Center Solutions group.
AMD announced today that it has completed the acquisition of Pensando Systems in a transaction valued at approximately $1.9 billion. Pensando’s Distributed Services Platform will extend AMD’s data center portfolio with a high-performance data processing unit (DPU) and software stack that has already been widely deployed to cloud and desktop clients from companies such as Goldman Sachs, IBM Cloud, Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud. .
The Thinking team will join AMD’s Data Center Solutions Group, led by AMD Senior Vice President and General Manager Forrest Norrod.
“The data center continues to be one of the biggest growth opportunities for AMD. The addition of the Pensando Systems team with its hardware and software portfolio will allow us to offer cloud, enterprise and edge a broader portfolio of cutting-edge compute engines that can be optimized for your specific workloads,” said AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su.
“Thinking’s DPU leadership complements our data center portfolio, enabling AMD to deliver solutions that can significantly accelerate data transfer speeds while providing additional levels of security and analytics that will play a greater role in defining next-generation data center performance.”
Pensando will remain focused on executing its product and technology roadmaps, now with additional scale to accelerate its business and respond to growing market opportunities through more customers.