AMD EPYC Delivers a No-Compromise, Single-Socket Server
posted on September 5, 2019

The latest iteration of AMD’s EPYC processor architecture, known as Rome, will cause you to re-think some of the assumptions you have about deploying dual-socket servers rather than single-socket servers. Traditionally, it’s been true that a single-socket CPU doesn’t support enough PCIe lanes to connect sufficient NVMe devices or graphics processors for their needs. Therefore, […]

AMD’s EPYC Rome Posts Benchmarks on Popular HPC Applications
posted on August 22, 2019

AMD is sharing a series of benchmarking results now that the new EPYC 7002 series “Rome” processors are launched and available. Two of the applications are of particular interest to our customers, who frequently use WRF and GROMACS. Weather Modeling with WRF The Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model application is a weather prediction system […]

Advanced Clustering Integrating AMD EPYC processors into HPC servers
posted on June 20, 2017

Advanced Clustering is exited to offer the next generation of processors from AMD — EPYC — in our ACTserv line of servers. EPYC features high core counts, high memory bandwidth and unparalleled support for high-speed input/output channels in a single chip. Our ACTserv systems will have up to 32 DIMM sockets for a max of […]

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