Power the Most Demanding Workloads with the Breakthrough Performance of AMD EPYC Processors
With up to 32 high-performance cores, 4GB of DDR4 memory, and 128 PCIe lanes, AMD EYPCTM 7000 series processors provide the performance necessary to handle the most demanding workloads. At Penguin Computing, we have engineered the Altus® family of compute servers to maximize the benefits of EPYC in various ways. Single-socket systems, like the Altus XE1111, take advantage of the high core counts and clock speeds of the EYPC processor to provide a powerful system in a cost-effective, single-CPU configuration. Meanwhile, dual-socket systems, like the Altus XE2112, allow for unmatched performance and compute density for the most demanding HPC workloads.
Altus servers are also available as a part of the Tundra Extreme Scale compute platform, bringing the performance of the EPYC processor to the high-efficiency, scalable infrastructure of the Open Compute Project. For customers looking for GPU-accelerated systems to power artificial intelligence, big data analytics, and similar workloads, the Altus family includes PCIe-based GPU-accelerated servers for OCP deployments.
Altus Server Benefits
- AMD EPYC Processors The Penguin Computing® Altus® Product Family covers AMD Solutions including the new EPYCTM processor, both single- and dual-socket solutions
- Form Factor Options The Altus Product Family includes standard 19” EIA and 21” OCP systems as a part of the TundraTM Extreme Scale solution.
- GPU-Accelerated Systems GT series systems support PCIe-based GPUs
- Linux Options Enterprise-supported and community Linux distribution options available
- Warrantied A three-year warranty is included with every server
Get Ready for The Future
Graphics processing unit (GPU)-accelerated computing occurs when you use a GPU in combination with a CPU, letting the GPU handle as much of the parallel process application code as possible. The GPU takes the parallel computing approach orders of magnitude beyond the CPU, offering thousands of compute cores. This can accelerate some software by 100x over a CPU alone. Plus, the GPU achieves this acceleration while being more power- and cost-efficient than a CPU.
Because the Penguin Computing team (2017 NVIDIA Partner of the Year) is experienced with building both CPU and GPU-based systems.
Altus 19-inch EIA Servers
Altus 21-inch OCP Servers
AMD EPYC Processors
AMD EPYC provides up to 32 cores, 8 memory channels and 128 PCIe 3.0 lanes per CPU unlocking capabilities and performance in single-socket architectures previously available only in 2-socket architectures.
NVIDIA® DGX-1TM Server
Built with eight NVIDIA® Tesla® V100 32GB/GPUs and Dual 20-Core Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2698 v4 2.2 GHz, NVIDIA DGX-1 fast-tracks your initiatives with a solution that works right out of the box, so you can gain insights in hours instead of weeks or months.