AMD's EPYC 7000 series processors are powering three of the newest Dell EMC PowerEdge platforms - the PowerEdge R6415, R7415, and R7425.
The new scalable, single- and dual-socket servers are designed to address high-performance workloads, including virtualized storage area networks (VSAN), hybrid-cloud applications, dense virtualization, and big data analytics.
The Dell EMC PowerEdge servers take full advantage of the AMD EPYC 7000-series' ability to deliver both single- and dual-socket servers with design features ranging from 32 to 64 cores, up to 4TB of memory capacity, and 12 to 24x direct NVMe drives. EPYC also supports high bandwidth and dense GPU/FPGA capabilities in these Dell EMC PowerEdge platforms for HPC applications.
The single-socket configurations in the PowerEdge R6415 and R7415 offer a 32-core count optimized for high performance and multithreaded architecture workloads. In addition, the low total cost of ownership offered on all three platforms provides high-speed I/O performance on up to 128 lanes of PCIe and a memory bandwidth up to 342 GB/s.
The Dell EMC PowerEdge R6415, R7415, and R7425 servers with AMD EPYC are available worldwide starting today.