Interoperability Protocol Wormhole Announces Partnership With Chipmaker AMD
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Interoperability Protocol Wormhole Announces Partnership With Chipmaker AMD

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Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), the renowned producer of semiconductors, is making a strategic move into the Web3 space.

Interoperability Protocol Wormhole Announces Partnership With Chipmaker AMD
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), the renowned producer of semiconductors, is making a strategic move into the Web3 space. Partnering with Wormhole, a leading interoperability platform, AMD aims to leverage its hardware expertise to accelerate blockchain interoperability and enhance security.

The collaboration focuses on integrating AMD's enterprise-grade FPGA hardware accelerators into the Wormhole ecosystem. These powerful accelerators will support the development of multichain applications built on Wormhole, aiming to improve their speed and scalability. Additionally, AMD will contribute its technical know-how to further optimize the ecosystem.

Wormhole views this collaboration as a step towards eliminating reliance on centralized entities for trust and security within the blockchain network. They plan to utilize zero-knowledge proofs (ZKPs) to achieve this, further emphasizing the importance of trustless solutions.

Rahul Maganti, a contributor to Wormhole, said: “AMD’s support moves Wormhole one step closer to enabling low-latency, trustless, multichain messaging. Through their support, Wormhole is positioned to roll out several zk-enabled corridors that will provide a superior user experience, both in terms of speed and security.”

The partnership envisions the deployment of zero-knowledge light clients across major blockchains like Ethereum, Near, Solana, Aptos, Sui, and Cosmos. This advancement, powered by both cutting-edge cryptography and AMD's computing muscle, promises more secure and trustless cross-chain communication

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