Amd (Chaowei, NASDAQ: AMD) announced that AMD epyc (Xiaolong) processor is providing power for the new HPE (Huiyu) Allegra 6000, a cloud native data infrastructure storage solution that supports key business applications with cloud experience.
The new HPE Allegra 6000 makes full use of the advantages of AMD epyc 7002 series processors. The processor can be flexibly expanded from 8 to 64 high-performance cores. By supporting the intergenerational bandwidth improvement of pcie4, it provides up to three times the performance of the previous HPE nimble storage full flash array. HPE Allegra 6000 represents a bold paradigm shift in data infrastructure as it enables it departments to move from owning and maintaining their own data infrastructure to simply accessing and leveraging it as a service on demand.
With the new HPE Allegra 6000, AMD epyc processors are helping HPE power next-generation storage and enabling customers to get new solutions:
Through epyc 7252, epyc 7302, epyc 7502 or epyc 7742, we can provide a variety of core number choices from 8 to 64; Compared with previous generation products, the storage processing capacity of each slot is doubled; By taking advantage of the high computing performance and connectivity of AMD epyc 7002 processor, HPE Allegra 6090  supports up to 54 SAP Hana nodes and up to 216 SAP Hana nodes; The overall HPE greenlake system driven by AMD epyc processor is created to realize the vision of unified dataops through data services cloud console and cloud data services.
The growth of AMD epyc processor ecosystem
Amd epyc processors will continue to support new solutions and hardware, making it easier for customers to experience the performance and functions of AMD epyc CPUs in their data centers or hybrid cloud environments.
You can read more about AMD epyc processor and HPE solution on AMD official website, and learn more about HPE Allegra 6000 on HPE official website.
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