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Primeur weekly 2019-08-19

Focus

Close to 800 million funding allocated to 119 HPC related research projects in European H2020 programme ...

Exascale supercomputing

Cray announces Shasta software to power the exascale era ...

DOE/NNSA and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory announce partnership with Cray to develop NNSA's first exascale supercomputer ...

Focus on Europe

GW4 supercomputer Isambard can compete with Intel ...

Middleware

Taashee Linux Services joins Bright Partner Programme to bring clustered infrastructure management to Indian customer base ...

Hardware

Huntsville Center programme procures mobile, containerized supercomputer for Defense Department ...

Blue Waters computational resources available through 2020 ...

E4 Computer Engineering delivers AMD EPYC 7002 series processor solutions to customers, setting a new standard for the modern data centre ...

ScaleMP delivers AMD EPYC 7002 series processor solutions to customers, setting a new standard for the modern data centre ...

Grant and gift totaling more than $11 million will accelerate high-performance computing at IACS ...

Tachyum joins PCI-SIG in support of mission to satisfy performance needs of data centre, AI and HPC workloads ...

GRC launches the ICEraQ Micro, an immersion cooled micro-modular data centre solution ...

Applications

Predicting the risk of cancer with computational electrodynamics ...

Virtual 'Universe Machine' sheds light on galaxy evolution ...

Simulating blood flow at the cellular level ...

CANDLE illuminates new pathways in fight against cancer ...

Breathe in, breathe out? It's complicated ...

Brookhaven Lab and University of Delaware begin joint initiative ...

US Department of Energy to offer a sneak peek of tomorrow's Artificial Intelligent technologies ...

Subaru Corporation and ANSYS power the future of hybrid electric vehicle design ...

Supercomputing prodigies win prestigious honours ...

The Cloud

Nimbix launches HyperHub to enable point-and-click supercomputing across public, hybrid, and multiple Clouds ...

E4 Computer Engineering delivers AMD EPYC 7002 series processor solutions to customers, setting a new standard for the modern data centre

8 Aug 2019 Scandiano - AMD EPYC 7002 series processor-based servers are now available from E4 Computer Engineering, with the aim to boost performance in its servers line-up and to support the ever increasing and intensive workload performance needs for high performance computing and data analytics processes.

AMD EPYC 7002 series processors power the most demanding workloads with breakthrough CPU performance and are expected to deliver up to 2x the performance per-socket and up to 4x peak FLOPS per-socket over AMD EPYC 7001 series processors.

Combining all the advantages of AMD EPYC processors, customers can transform their infrastructure with the right resources to drive performance and reduce bottlenecks.

"We're excited and thankful to have our partners supporting the launch of AMD EPYC 7002 series processors", stated Scott Aylor, corporate vice president and general manager, Datacenter Solutions Group, AMD. "Their EPYC based solutions are poised to deliver a new standard for modern data centre customers. With twice the cores, breakthrough performance and embedded security features, all delivered by a leadership architecture, customers can transform their datacenter operations at the pace of their business."

"With the launch of the AMD EPYC 7002 series processors, E4 Computer Engineering has once again demonstrated its focus on getting the best performance and value to customers", stated Cosimo Gianfreda, CTO, E4 Computer Engineering. "The AMD EPYC 7002 series processors deliver a comprehensive, consistent set of features for I/O, memory and security that are needed for today's data centres which always require more computational power given the growing amount of data to be analyzed. We look forward to bringing these advantages to the market and making the data centre more suited to today's and tomorrow's workload demands."
Source: E4 Computer Engineering

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2019-08-19

Focus

Close to 800 million funding allocated to 119 HPC related research projects in European H2020 programme ...

Exascale supercomputing

Cray announces Shasta software to power the exascale era ...

DOE/NNSA and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory announce partnership with Cray to develop NNSA's first exascale supercomputer ...

Focus on Europe

GW4 supercomputer Isambard can compete with Intel ...

Middleware

Taashee Linux Services joins Bright Partner Programme to bring clustered infrastructure management to Indian customer base ...

Hardware

Huntsville Center programme procures mobile, containerized supercomputer for Defense Department ...

Blue Waters computational resources available through 2020 ...

E4 Computer Engineering delivers AMD EPYC 7002 series processor solutions to customers, setting a new standard for the modern data centre ...

ScaleMP delivers AMD EPYC 7002 series processor solutions to customers, setting a new standard for the modern data centre ...

Grant and gift totaling more than $11 million will accelerate high-performance computing at IACS ...

Tachyum joins PCI-SIG in support of mission to satisfy performance needs of data centre, AI and HPC workloads ...

GRC launches the ICEraQ Micro, an immersion cooled micro-modular data centre solution ...

Applications

Predicting the risk of cancer with computational electrodynamics ...

Virtual 'Universe Machine' sheds light on galaxy evolution ...

Simulating blood flow at the cellular level ...

CANDLE illuminates new pathways in fight against cancer ...

Breathe in, breathe out? It's complicated ...

Brookhaven Lab and University of Delaware begin joint initiative ...

US Department of Energy to offer a sneak peek of tomorrow's Artificial Intelligent technologies ...

Subaru Corporation and ANSYS power the future of hybrid electric vehicle design ...

Supercomputing prodigies win prestigious honours ...

The Cloud

Nimbix launches HyperHub to enable point-and-click supercomputing across public, hybrid, and multiple Clouds ...