Power the Most Demanding Workloads with the Breakthrough Performance of AMD EPYC Processors
With up to 64 high-performance cores, 4TB of DDR4-3200MHz memory, and 128 PCIe lanes, AMD EYPCTM 7002 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
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.