Our goal is to provide customers with the powerful performance required by their workload in terms of core and speed through the AMD epyc processor family. We are expanding the epyc (Xiaolong) series to provide more options for customers' workloads.
When we launched the second generation AMD EPYC processor, we were the first company to market the 64-core x86 server processor. Recently, the second generation EPYC (Xiaolong) family added new members, one of which is our fifth 64 core processor: AMD EPYC (Xiaolong)7662. The processor is a great entry point into the 64-core market, offering customers the same high performance as the speedy X86 processor AMD EPYC (Xiaolong)7H12
Another new AMD epyc (Xiaolong) 7532 processor provides customers with a high-performance 32 core and a total of 256MB L3 cache. The number of cache is the same as that of the second generation epyc (Xiaolong) 64 core processor, so amdepyc (Xiaolong) 7532 is very suitable for cache sensitive workload, such as ANSYS CFX, which allows each core to access up to 8MB L3 cache. In all ANSYS CFX benchmark tests, AMD epyc (Xiaolong) 7532 has excellent average performance.
These two processors have all the features of the second generation AMD epyc (Xiaolong) processor family, including 128 pcie4.0 channels, as well as supporting memory up to 3200mhz and advanced security functions.
The first partners to support the two new processors include Dell Technologies and Supermicro. The two processors are now available on Dell EMC PowerEdge R6515, R7515, R6525, R7525 and C6525 servers, as well as on all SupermicroA servers, while Supermicro
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