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1 Testing performed by AMD Engineering using an AMD reference system with a pre-production "Naples" eng...
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
A New Day For The Datacenter
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A New Day For The Datacenter

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A revealing preview of the upcoming “Naples” high-performance server CPU by Forrest Norrod, AMD senior vice president and general manager, Enterprise, Embedded & Semi-Custom Business Group

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A New Day For The Datacenter

  1. 1. o Intel server is a standard, commercially available server from a major OEM
  2. 2. o o o o
  3. 3. 18 sec.35 sec.
  4. 4. 14 sec.35 sec.
  5. 5. 54 sec.
  6. 6. o o o o
  7. 7. Performance claims 1 Testing performed by AMD Engineering using an AMD reference system with a pre-production "Naples" engineering sample, and an Intel-based OEM production platform. The AMD-developed 3D Leplace computation simulates a seismic analysis workload used in the oil and gas industry, problem size 991.232 million cells. AMD "Speedway" test platform used 512GB DDR4-2400; Xeon test platform used 384GB DDR4-2400. Both platforms ran Ubuntu 16.10. The Naples-based system completed 712.85 computations/second while the Intel Xeon E5-2699A v4 system completed 286.53 computations/second. NAP-01 Architectural claims 2AMD "Naples" processor includes up to 32 CPU cores versus the Xeon E5-2699A v4 processor with 22 CPU cores. NAP-02 3AMD "Naples" processor supports up to 21.3 GB/s per channel with DDR4-2667 x 8 channels (total 170.7 GB/s), versus the Xeon E5-2699A v4 processor at 19.2 GB/s with max DDR4-2400 x 4 channels (total 76.8 GB/s). NAP-03 4AMD "Naples" processor offers up to 64 PCI Express high speed I/O lanes per socket, versus the Xeon E5-2699A v4 processor at 40 lanes per socket. Note that the "Naples" pre-production processor used for this comparison is not yet certified as PCI Express-compliant. NAP-05

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