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We take a look at the hardware behind the AMD EPYC and Xilinx Alveo demo system. The server is a BOXX GX8-M, designed to harness up to 1.6Tbps of network bandwidth instead of focusing on PCIe bandwidth.
There is a buzz among customers and the channel that Intel Xeon Scalable deals are seeing more discounting activity when AMD EPYC is quoted as well. If you are buying a few dozen servers or more, it may pay to quote AMD EPYC and turn the process competitive.
Our AMD EPYC 3251 benchmarks and review of the 8 core embedded SoC. This is the challenger to Intel Xeon D that the market needs to diversify the supply chain. AMD EPYC 3251 chips are fast and sip power
Our Gigabyte MZ31-AR0 review finds an excellent implementation of a single socket AMD EPYC platforms in an industry standard EATX form factor.
We break down the AIC FB127-AG 1U NVMe storage server platform that has 36x NF1 SSDs and two AMD EPYC nodes. This innovative 1U form factor also has room for 100GbE, OCP networking and redundant power.
We test the performance impact of AMD EPYC Naples memory to see how much performance can be gained by moving from one or two DIMMs installed to filling all eight memory channels.
We show the Dell EMC PowerEdge R7415 NVMe hot swap functionality in action. This is one of the first AMD EPYC 7001 series platforms to support the critical data center storage feature
Our Dell EMC PowerEdge R7415 review shows why this is the top 2U AMD EPYC single socket platform on the planet today. The PowerEdge R7415 sports an enormous capacity for high-speed networking, NVMe storage, memory capacity, cores counts, and just about every other aspect that makes a server good.
Our AMD EPYC 7551P benchmarks and review. This 32 core and 64 thread CPU is a monster value at a street price of around $2300. Intel does not have a competitive part in the market and we show you why.