That chip is a couple of years older than me, and I never encountered anything built around it. But reading the write-up, it feels oddly appropriate that the company that made that pushed multiple dies on a single package into the mainstream. I wonder if it’s just a coincidence. Could there have been any overlap at all in personnel or institutional knowledge from Am2901 to EPYC/Threadripper?
Usually minicomputers used these. I remember one of the Burroughs machines had these for sure.