Now Supporting the EPYC 7003 Series Processors Across our Altus Product Lineup
With up to 64 high-performance cores, 4TB of DDR4-3200MHz memory, and up to 162 PCIe lanes, AMD EPYC 7003 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 XE1211, take advantage of the high core counts and clock speeds of the EPYC 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 EPYC 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 Tundra 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
Now Even More EPYC
3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors push the boundaries of data center performance.
Altus 19-inch EIA Servers
Altus 21-inch OCP Servers
AMD EPYC Processors
AMD EPYC provides up to 64 cores, 8 memory channels and 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes per CPU unlocking capabilities and performance in single-socket architectures previously available only in 2-socket architectures.