The newly introduced Supermicro AS-4121GS-TNR is based upon dual AMD EPYC 7002 CPUs. This GPU server utilises AMD EPYC 7002 Rome to deliver high core counts and memory capacity per GPU.
The AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors have set a high standard in architecture, performance and security for the modern data centre. AMD EPYC Infinity Architecture The processor is driven by AMD Infinity architecture as the first x86-architecture server processor based on 8nm process technology which is a hybrid, multi-die architecture. The system-on-chip (SoC) design eliminates the need for many external support chips, reducing capital and server design costs.Leading Performance The AMD EPYC 7002 Series offers up to 64 cores per SOC and Zen 2 features, surpassing the older 1st Gen AMD EPYC Processors. The new processors feature improved execution pipelines, higher clock rates, and up to 4x the shared Level 3 cache. As a result, performance is doubled and up to 4x the theoretical peak floating-point operations per second (FLOPS) compared to the older version.Advanced Security AMD EPYC processors feature advanced security features, named AMD Infinity Guard. This consists of AMD’s secure processor, Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) and Secure Memory Encryption (SME). All of these innovative features assist in minimizing potential threat surfaces as software is booted, executed and accesses critical data.
The AS-4121GS-TNR is optimised for highly data-driven workloads within:
What You Can Expect
The newly introduced Supermicro AMD Superblade's are optimized for cloud, virtualization, EDA, HPC, AI, Inference workloads.With benefits that feature the latest technologies of: Resource-saving architecture, Performance, Flexibility, Serviceability, Ease of management, maintenance and deployment
Ansys is a company that operate a general-purpose program capable of simulating complex real-world problems.As computing requirements are rising, they have adopted Supermicro technology optimized with AMD EPYC Processors to take care of demanding workloads with a balance of memory bandwidth. The Supermicro AMD EPYC solution provided outstanding memory bandwidth and floating-point performance, giving the company the benefits of balancing scalability and density for their workloads.
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