At ISC 17 this sweek, TYAN has demonstrated two new HPC servers based on the latest Intel Xeon processors for high-performance computing and deep learning workloads. The new HPC machines can integrate four or eight Intel Xeon Phi co-processors or the same number of NVIDIA Tesla compute cards, as well as over 10 storage devices. The new TYAN FT77D-B7109 and FT48B-B7100 are 4U dual-processor machines are compatible with Intel’s latest Xeon processors featuring the Skylake-SP (LGA3647) microarchitecture. Since Intel has not yet formally launched the aforementioned CPUs, TYAN has not yet opened up the servers, and little is known about their internal architecture. The higher-end TYAN FT77D-B7109 server uses a dual PCIe root complex topology (enabled by PLX PCIe switches) to support up to eight Intel...
TYAN Announces AMD EPYC TN70A-B8026 Server: 1P, 16 DIMMs, 26 SSDs, OCuLink
TYAN introduced its first server and its first motherboard for AMD’s new EPYC processors. The company decided to take a cautious approach to AMD’s EPYC, and the initial machine...37 by Anton Shilov on 6/22/2017