Going beyond XeonE5 Performace

The AMD EPYC™ 7601 system on chip (SoC) races past the best Intel Xeon E5 v4 processor CPU by up to 25% in integer and up to 59% in floating point performance—setting a total of four new world records for standalone CPUs on the SPEC CPU®2006 benchmarks.

Read the full AMD performance white-paper here

The new AMD EPYC processors are disrupting the landscape of deep learning and hyperconverged virtual infrastructure architecture, dramatically increasing the core count per system and providing up to 128 PCE/e 3.0 lanes, allowing for NVME and RDMA type Connectivity at scale.

Integrative and SuperMicro offer you the latest in AMD EPYC ('Codename Naples') servers, combining single or dual socket AMD EPYC CPU's (64 cores with up to 4TB of memory, up to 10 x NVME drives in a 1U package.

 

 

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