AMAX — a provider of server appliance manufacturing, rack-scale high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, and AI applications — has announced the availability of its latest generation of servers, based on the new AMD EPYC 7003 series processor.
With this third-generation AMD EPYC processors integrated in AMAX’s scalable rack servers and solutions, even more extreme performance boosts are accessible with HPC in a modern data center. All of these solutions are customized for various workloads and engineered to order for any existing and future data center environments including liquid cooling submersion.
As an Elite level partner of the AMD Partner Program, AMAX delivers the most advanced and energy-efficient performance solutions for HPC and the modern data center. Optimized AMAX servers and solutions that feature the new AMD EPYC™ 7003 processors include:
ServMax servers offer:
1. AE-2484 hyper-converged 2U 4 node systems, combining computing performance and data storage, delivering breakthrough performance, compute density, high-speed networking, and I/O with stability with increased uptime
2. AE-2484L 2U 4 node density server optimized for immersion cooling.
GPU POD Solution: AI-ready supercomputing infrastructure solution for all workloads at scale.
The AceleMax Deep-learning GPU servers
With up to eight double-width PCIe 4.0 or NVIDIA SXM4 GPUs per chassis, these servers delivering maximum performance in acceleration and high scalability for AI, Deep Learning and HPC applications.
The AceleMax Disaggregated GPU solution
Offers increased resources using mixed-use data centers where artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, inference, data science, simulations, and image processing applications may run on the same hardware.
AMAX’s systems and solutions with AMD EPYC 7003 series processors are also designed with hardened mechanism to handle security vulnerability without performance degradation, with support for security enhancements guarding mission critical data and applications.
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