Newest Servers ⚡ AMD GENOA 96 Core DDR5 ⭐ 1/2 PB HDD $599

Started by realwebs, Mar 15, 2023, 03:32 AM

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New EPYC processors have been introduced in Utah with impressive specifications. For instance, the AMD EPYC 9654 comes with 96 cores and 192 threads, accompanied by a massive 768G RAM. This processor also boasts 12 channels of DDR5 ECC RAM for optimum speed. Additionally, it features two 12.8TB NVMe 4th Generation drives and offers a bandwidth of 100 TB with 10G ports at a price of $1259.

In terms of new releases, the AMD EPYC 9554 is another powerful processor. It offers 64 cores and 128 threads, along with a base frequency of 3.1GHz. With 384GB RAM and 12 channels of DDR5 ECC RAM, this processor ensures maximum speed. It also houses a 12.8TB NVMe 4th generation drive and provides a bandwidth of 100 TB with 10G ports. The price for this processor is set at $999.

Expect more configurations in the future, such as a 192 core/384 thread dual-processor setup that will be available in both Los Angeles and New York.

Speaking of Los Angeles, there is a unique deal featuring an AMD Dual EPYC 7742 processor. This processor offers an impressive 128 cores and 256 threads, paired with 512GB RAM and a 12.8TB PCI-E 4.0 NVMe drive. The price for this deal is $599, but only a limited number of units are available.

In addition to processors, there are also new releases of the AMD Ryzen 7k series with DDR5 support. These custom-build processors come with IPMI, NIC, and 10G servers. It is recommended to compare different providers to see what additional features they offer.

Utah is also home to the best of the best processors, such as the AMD Ryzen 7950X. With high clock speed and 16 cores, this processor is paired with 64GB DDR5 RAM and a 1.92PCI-E 4.0 NVMe drive. It offers a massive 50TB over a 10 GB connection, all for the price of $269.

On the other hand, Los Angeles features the powerful AMD Ryzen 7950X with 12 cores and a high clock speed. This processor also comes with 64GB DDR5 RAM and a 960GB PCI-E 4.0 NVMe drive. It offers a bandwidth of 30 TB over a 10G connection, at the same price of $269.

There are also new releases of the Intel 13th generation processors. These processors are designed for on-board servers and come with IPMI, public and private ports, among other features.

The Utah location offers the Intel i9-13900K processor with a high frequency and an impressive 24 cores and 32 threads. It is equipped with 64GB DDR5 RAM and a 1.92TB PCI-E 4.0 NVMe drive. The bandwidth provided is 50 TB over a 10G connection, and the price is set at $269.

Exciting deals are happening in New York City as well. The servers in this location include a dual-core high-performance EPYC 128 processor and a Ryzen build. Customers can send an email stating their requirements, and the company will try to accommodate their needs.

If you require storage servers, there are options available with fast SAS3 hard drives. One such configuration includes an Intel Dual Xeon 2630v4 processor, 128GB RAM, and a bootable solid-state drive. This setup also features a 36x14TB Enterprise SAS3 hard drive, providing a total capacity of 504TB.

Furthermore, the company offers various updates including NVMe drives of different capacities, hard drives ranging from 1TB to 20TB, Optane memory, private networks with speeds of 40/100G, and GPU accelerators. The RAM options are also extensive, with some servers supporting up to 6TB.

To accommodate specific requirements, most servers can be upgraded with features like larger NVMe drives, Intel Optane memory, Nvidia GPU, and 100G NICs. Customers can communicate their needs via email.

For those interested, the website also provides a list of additional clearance servers.

In terms of the network, the Los Angeles location boasts a premium Cisco-based network built on high-performance Cisco ASR 9000 Noction BGP routing optimizers. It includes connections with Level 3, Comcast, NTT, Zayo, Tata, Spark, Telia, PCCW Worldwide, GTT, China Unicom, Any2 Fabric Peer, Equinix Peer-to-Peer, Google Direct Peering, and Cogent.