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Cray Adds AMD Epyc to Its Supercomputer Product Line

Category: Science & Technology
Posted: 09:27AM
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Cray has been a name associated with supercomputers for many decades, and last week it announced it was adding AMD Epyc 7000 processors to its Cray CS500 product line. These cluster systems will off the company's customers greater flexibility as they will not need to rebuild and recompile x86 applications to run their high-performance computing workloads. The Cray Programming Environment has been updated to support AMD Epyc by integrating and optimizing it and its libraries for the processors.

Cray CS500 cluster systems will be offered with four dual-socket nodes in a 2U chassis or a 2U chassis with only one node, for large memory configurations. The AMD Epyc 7000 processors support up to 32 cores and eight DDR4 memory channels per socket.

Source: Cray



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