Advanced Clustering to Offer HPC Solutions Powered by 4th Gen AMD EPYC 9004 Series Processors

Posted on November 13, 2022

AMD Gen 4 EPYC processor

Advanced Clustering Technologies is now offering a new wave of high performance computing solutions powered by the new 4th Gen AMD EPYC 9004 series processors. With these new processors, our AMD-powered ACTblade and ACTserv solutions provide up to 50% more memory channels than any competitive x86 server CPU, a significant improvement in memory bandwidth.

Paired with PCIe Gen 5 support, 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors can enable a highly efficient data center for several hyperscale workloads. These new HPC solutions are built to support a wide range of demanding workloads that include GPU-centric, high-density, edge, and general computing.

About the AMD EPYC Series Processor
These latest AMD EPYC processors, which were officially announced the week before SC22 in mid-November 2022, feature significant compute performance and scalability by combining high core counts with impressive PCIe and memory throughput. These new AMD EPYC 9004 series processors move to a new SP5 socket, a brand new architecture that leads the way to faster data insights with high performance and built-in security features.

Here is an overview of the new processors’ key advancements:

  • Up to 96 cores and 192 threads
  • Maximum boost clock up to 4.4GHz
  • Up to 384MB L3 cache
  • Support for 12 channel DDR5-4800
  • Support for PCIe Gen 5, 160 lanes in 2P
  • Up to 4 links of Gen3 AMD Infinity Fabric (up to 32Gbps)

Advanced Clustering’s new AMD-based HPC systems are optimized for the most demanding workloads in HPC, AI and machine learning. Learn more at

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