Feat. AMD EPYC 7002 Series.
Introducing the Boston Quattro 12256-T02 featuring four hot-swappable dual-processor nodes, utilising the latest technologies available on x86.
Each node supports two 2nd Generation AMD EPYC processors, up to 4TB DDR4-3200MHz memory in 16 DIMM slots, up to six SATA drives and multiple add-on card options. The 4th generation of PCI-E provides double the bandwidth over the previous generation, required for some high-performance network controllers and next-generation GPU's.
The Quattro 12256-T02, featuring AMD EPYC[TM] 7002 Series, is designed with power and cost-effectiveness in mind, leveraging Titanium efficiency power supplies to reduce power consumption.
The flexibility and rich feature set of the Quattro 12256-T02 makes it a great solution for high performance and high-density computing. Contact Boston to arrange testing across a number of solutions and AMD EPYC[TM] 7002 Series CPU SKUs.
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|Publication:||Scientific Computing World|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2019|
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