This is one of those interesting pieces. After we did the Tyan Transport HX FT65T-B8030 review in September, Tyan asked if we wanted to use the server a bit longer and make a video as well. More content is always good, so we agreed. Today, we have that video.
Tyan Transport HX FT65T-B8030 Video Overview
If you want to see the video, you can check it on YouTube here:
As always, we suggest opening the video in YouTube via a new window, tab, or app for the best viewing experience.
For those who do not remember, the Tyan Transport HX FT65T-B8030 is a pedestal server powered by a single AMD EPYC processor.
Even though it is a single CPU tower, it is capable of cooling four double-slot GPUs. Since the GPUs are next to each other, that also allows features such as bridges for dedicated links between them. Aside from GPUs, the system can also handle other accelerators such as FPGAs and AI accelerators, or even DPUs.
These can be combined with a fairly solid array of front panel storage to create a really interesting edge inferencing platform. An example would be taking video or sensor feeds, storing them on large local SATA drives, then running analytics on the data that is being stored.
Today is a busy week, so this is a relatively short main site article. Actually, the next three weeks are going to be a fairly crazy pace. If you have already read the main site review, feel free to put the video on in the background to have a listen.
Of course, if you want to subscribe to STH so you can see whenever new videos come out, here is the link for that. We have a lot of great video content coming out between now and Christmas.
Also, you can check out Tyan’s SC21 AMD virtual booth with more on this system here.