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Power, security, future: masterly performance

Up to 64 cores with 128 threads in a single socket and up to 128 cores with 256 threads in a dual socket. Up to 3.2 GHz per CPU in at the base frequency and up to 3.4 GHz at maximum boost frequency with a total of up to 256 MB cache. It also features 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes and DDR4 memory with over 8 channels at up to 3200 MHz. RECT™ tower and rack servers with the new AMD ZEN 2 platform and its EPYC™ 7002 processors deliver outstanding performance.

Impressive performance data
Compared with the previous generation, and also with competitors on the market, the new EPYC models provide the highest ever available core density while, at the same time, every individual CPU model is clocked at a higher frequency. The new platform delivers twice the transfer rates in the area of I/O and memory connection. Compared with the first-generation EPYC™ platform, the 7002 series delivers twice the integer performance and four times the floating point operations per second while providing a constant level of performance with half the energy consumption. In a direct comparison with market leader Intel® and its Xeon® scalable Gen2 series processors, AMD delivers almost double-speed integer performance (plus 90%) as well as floating point performance (plus 79%).

ZEN 2 – the 7nm architecture
Developed under the code name “Rome”, the EPYC™ 7002 processors bring the revamped ZEN 2 architecture to servers. The new EPYC™ shares the same underlying design as the Ryzen 3000, demonstrating a rigorous development of 7nm production technology to the new industry standard. What is more, AMD's chiplet approach – i.e. separating the CPU dies from the I/O dies – promises greater power and success. This means that an EPYC™ 7002 CPU consists of up to eight compute chiplets (CCDs), each with eight cores, and one I/O chiplet for security and communication. The resulting independence in processing ensures that each particular area can run at its own speed without being able to restrict the other areas.

However, AMD does not achieve the significantly higher computing performance just through doubling the number of cores and separating off chiplets. The enhanced AVX-capable floating point processors, which now handle AVX2 instructions twice as fast (compared to their predecessor), also contribute towards this. To this end, AMD has significantly accelerated various caches and internal data paths and raised performance on each clock cycle. The revolutionary increase in performance comes as no surprise as it has proved possible to realise improved branch predictions using tagged geometric history length (TAGE), a doubling of the op cache size, a third address generation unit (AGU) as well as a twofold increase in the speed of the L1 cache.

Security included
The AMD EPYC™ 7002 series processors come with a security subsystem integrated into the processor. AMD calls this “hardened at the core”. Encryption of the virtual machine and the hypervisor safeguards the integrity of the application layer, while encrypted processor registers protect against memory leaks, encrypted network and hard drive data secure data through to their destination and proactive encryption in the memory protects against side-channel vulnerabilities. This ensures that the most important asset – your data – is kept safe.

Use in the RECT™ server for your benefit
AMD is generally taking the performance standard for server systems to a new level with its second generation of EPYC™ processors. With its consistently high levels of performance in the relevant performance areas, its integrated security architecture and a wide application scope, the new technologically outstanding platform boosts RECT™ server systems wherever they are deployed in an IT infrastructure, in a company and in the data centre. The performance advantage is obvious in all areas – in traditional corporate applications and virtual environments, in complex cloud environments and in modern, software-defined infrastructures as well as in high-performance clusters and data analytics. RECT™ servers based on the AMD EPYC™ bring masterly performance to any application.

Security included
The AMD EPYC™ 7002 series processors come with a security subsystem integrated into the processor. AMD calls this “hardened at the core”. Encryption of the virtual machine and the hypervisor safeguards the integrity of the application layer, while encrypted processor registers protect against memory leaks, encrypted network and hard drive data secure data through to their destination and proactive encryption in the memory protects against side-channel vulnerabilities. This ensures that the most important asset – your data – is kept safe.

Use in the RECT™ server for your benefit
AMD is generally taking the performance standard for server systems to a new level with its second generation of EPYC™ processors. With its consistently high levels of performance in the relevant performance areas, its integrated security architecture and a wide application scope, the new technologically outstanding platform boosts RECT™ server systems wherever they are deployed in an IT infrastructure, in a company and in the data centre. The performance advantage is obvious in all areas – in traditional corporate applications and virtual environments, in complex cloud environments and in modern, software-defined infrastructures as well as in high-performance clusters and data analytics. RECT™ servers based on the AMD EPYC™ bring masterly performance to any application.

Most popular systems

Advantage:
price / performance

RECT™ servers with AMD EPYC™ 7002 series CPUs enable you to respond to demanding tasks with greater performance resources that consume less power. They offer a comprehensive performance package in the areas of computing power, I/O, memory and security, while keeping costs of acquisition and operation comparatively low. Accordingly, they deliver between 50 and 100% greater performance with acquisition costs up to 40% lower than a comparable Intel platform.

Advantage:
price / performance

RECT™ servers with AMD EPYC™ 7002 series CPUs enable you to respond to demanding tasks with greater performance resources that consume less power. They offer a comprehensive performance package in the areas of computing power, I/O, memory and security, while keeping costs of acquisition and operation comparatively low. Accordingly, they deliver between 50 and 100% greater performance with acquisition costs up to 40% lower than a comparable Intel platform.

Key facts about the platform

  • Highest core density of single- and dual-socket servers on the market
  • Increased floating point and integer throughput, AVX2 operations in a single clock cycle
  • Enhanced security with secure memory encryption and secure encrypted virtualisation
  • 7nm AMD Infinity architecture with 8 compute dies for computing performance and one I/O die for security and communication
  • Halving of energy consumption compared with 1st-generation EPYC
  • Comprehensive single-socket performance to reduce licence costs
  • Performance-based CPU selection by core, clock frequency and TDP because each CPU includes the full feature set
  • Between 8 and 64 cores (16 to 128 threads) per CPU with frequencies up to 3.2 GHz /up to 3.4 GHz at maximum boost
  • 8 memory channels for DDR4 at 2933 MHz (ready for 3200 MHz)
  • Doubling of I/O performance with 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes

Key facts about the platform

  • Highest core density of single- and dual-socket servers on the market
  • Increased floating point and integer throughput, AVX2 operations in a single clock cycle
  • Enhanced security with secure memory encryption and secure encrypted virtualisation
  • 7nm AMD Infinity architecture with 8 compute dies for computing performance and one I/O die for security and communication
  • Halving of energy consumption compared with 1st-generation EPYC
  • Comprehensive single-socket performance to reduce licence costs
  • Performance-based CPU selection by core, clock frequency and TDP because each CPU includes the full feature set
  • Between 8 and 64 cores (16 to 128 threads) per CPU with frequencies up to 3.2 GHz /up to 3.4 GHz at maximum boost
  • 8 memory channels for DDR4 at 2933 MHz (ready for 3200 MHz)
  • Doubling of I/O performance with 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes

Tower server with AMD EPYC™ gen2 - single- and dual-socket

Tower server with AMD EPYC™ gen2 - single- and dual-socket

... convenient and powerful tower servers – ideal for small and medium-sized-businesses and branch offices – allowing real performance centres to be integrated into simple IT infrastructures while at the same time offering maximum convenience and easy maintainability. This is also assured through hot-swap-capable removable trays for storage drives that permit direct access to and replacement of disks.

... convenient and powerful tower servers – ideal for small and medium-sized-businesses and branch offices – allowing real performance centres to be integrated into simple IT infrastructures while at the same time offering maximum convenience and easy maintainability. This is also assured through hot-swap-capable removable trays for storage drives that permit direct access to and replacement of disks.

with just one CPU - single socket rack server with AMD EPYC™ gen2

... top industry standard in a cabinet, latest industry standard performance: single socket server in 19” rack housing with up to 64 cores and 128 threads, up to 1TB DDR4 of main memory at 3200 MHz, with a total of 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes. These are the performance parameters of the single-socket RECT™ servers with AMD EPYC™ CPU (RECT™ 35 series). This means that a single socket server can today deliver the performance that was hitherto only possible with a dual socket server, reducing additional investment costs in hardware and possibly within the licence model of software vendors.

... top industry standard in a cabinet, latest industry standard performance: single socket server in 19” rack housing with up to 64 cores and 128 threads, up to 1TB DDR4 of main memory at 3200 MHz, with a total of 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes. These are the performance parameters of the single-socket RECT™ servers with AMD EPYC™ CPU (RECT™ 35 series). This means that a single socket server can today deliver the performance that was hitherto only possible with a dual socket server, reducing additional investment costs in hardware and possibly within the licence model of software vendors.

with two CPUs - classic dual socket rack server with AMD EPYC™ gen2

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  • Adjusted hardware and software configurations
  • Customized system test runs
  • Individual service agreements (SLA)

Advantage:
Simple choice

It is always our goal to allow a RECT™ server, whether as a tower or in a rack, to scale to provide the required performance, without the core feature set changing. This succeeds almost perfectly with AMD, since the CPUs of the EPYC™ 7002 series are differentiated strictly by GHz, cores and TDP, while each CPU retains the full feature set. Nothing is turned off or on. This enables performance choices to be made according to need and makes what was already a clear pricing structure even more transparent.

Advantage:
Simple choice

It is always our goal to allow a RECT™ server, whether as a tower or in a rack, to scale to provide the required performance, without the core feature set changing. This succeeds almost perfectly with AMD, since the CPUs of the EPYC™ 7002 series are differentiated strictly by GHz, cores and TDP, while each CPU retains the full feature set. Nothing is turned off or on. This enables performance choices to be made according to need and makes what was already a clear pricing structure even more transparent.

Advantage:
Multi-die design

Like the 1st-generation EPYC™ CPUs, the 2nd generation is also based on a multi-chip model (MCM). The 2nd EPYC™ generation is now based on a single I/O die (14nm) and 8 compute dies (7nm), giving the new EPYC™ a maximum of 64 CPU cores. Memory connection remains unchanged via 8 DDR4 memory channels, but these are now also connected via one I/O die. This significantly simplifies the NUMA constellation while making it more powerful and – according to AMD – fit for the future.

Advantage:
Multi-die design

Like the 1st-generation EPYC™ CPUs, the 2nd generation is also based on a multi-chip model (MCM). The 2nd EPYC™ generation is now based on a single I/O die (14nm) and 8 compute dies (7nm), giving the new EPYC™ a maximum of 64 CPU cores. Memory connection remains unchanged via 8 DDR4 memory channels, but these are now also connected via one I/O die. This significantly simplifies the NUMA constellation while making it more powerful and – according to AMD – fit for the future.

Advantage: Security

AMDs EPYC™ Prozessoren waren auch schon in der ersten Generation deutlich weniger von den zuletzt immer wieder bekanntgewordenen Sicherheitslücken betroffen. Jetzt vermeldet AMD, dass Zombieload, TLBleed und Meltdown mit den neuen EPYC™ CPUs der 7002-Serie kein Thema mehr sind und die Lücken wie Spectre v2, die zuvor noch über die Software gelöst werden mussten, jetzt über die Hardware deutlich entschärft werden konnten.

Advantage: Security

AMDs EPYC™ Prozessoren waren auch schon in der ersten Generation deutlich weniger von den zuletzt immer wieder bekanntgewordenen Sicherheitslücken betroffen. Jetzt vermeldet AMD, dass Zombieload, TLBleed und Meltdown mit den neuen EPYC™ CPUs der 7002-Serie kein Thema mehr sind und die Lücken wie Spectre v2, die zuvor noch über die Software gelöst werden mussten, jetzt über die Hardware deutlich entschärft werden konnten.


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