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10 Hot New HPE, Lenovo, Supermicro, Dell Servers With AMD Processors

CRN breaks down 10 of the hottest new servers launched in 2021 based on the new AMD EPYC processors.

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Dell PowerEdge C6525

Dell’s new PowerEdge C6525 is a compute-dense server designed to boost data center performance to tackle a variety of high-performance computing workloads and applications. The PowerEdge C6525 comes with up to two, 2nd or 3rd Generation AMD EPYC processors per node configurations with up to 64 cores per processor and up to 280W.

Features include up to 512 processing cores in a 2U/4N dense server, which is the most available processing cores of any 2U Dell EMC PowerEdge server. Dell’s server has up to 3200MT/s memory speed to reduce latency and deliver faster response as well as optimized core count and memory for large datasets. In terms of security, the PowerEdge C6525 has AMD Secure Memory Encryption (SME) and Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV), drift detection, and offers digitally signed firmware packages.

 
 
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