ASUS sets world records – ASUS, a leading provider of server systems, server motherboards and workstations, today announced that ASUS servers continue to dominate computing performance with a total of 683 new world record benchmark results confirmed by Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC)
ASUS holds the record number of SPEC CPU® 2017 benchmarks in single socket (1P) and dual socket (2P).
This world record is set by servers running across Intel® and AMD® platforms; including 1st and 2nd Generation Intel Xeon® Scalable processors; as well as AMD EPYC ™ 7002 processors and workloads ranging from general business infrastructure to software-based deployments. , data analytics, AI, and HPC (High Performance Computing). This is based on the results announced on September 29, 2020.
ASUS offers a complete line of the AMD EPYC product portfolio
ASUS servers with AMD EPYC 7002 processors currently hold an incredible 213 world records. Total consists of 167 No. 1 for single socket performance; plus 46 No. +1 for dual socket performance across all SPEC CPU 2017 benchmarks; including integer rate, floating-point rate, integer speed and floating-point.
ASUS offers a wide range of AMD EPYC server categories including GPU-optimized, high density and general purpose in 1U and 2U chassis, supporting up to 64 cores, 128 threads, 8-channel DDR4 3200 and 128 PCIe® 4.0 lanes, all powered by AMD EPYC processors 7002.
Each server category is design to fit different workloads from AI inference, virtualization, VDI, analytics, and software-based deployments.(ASUS sets world records)
GPU optimized server: The ESC4000A-E10 supports up to four dual slot GPUs
The ASUS ESC4000A-E10 is a 2U GPU server powered by a single socket AMD EPYC processor designed for AI, HPC, and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) applications in data center or enterprise environments that require a powerful CPU core, multiple GPU support, and speed. faster transmission.
The ESC4000A-E10 delivers GPU performance optimized with support for up to four high-performance dual slots or eight single slot GPUs; including the latest NVIDIA® A100 PCIe GPUs built on the NVIDIA Ampere, Tesla T4 and Quadro® GPU architectures.
This performance also provides benefits for virtualization by combining GPU resources into a shared pool; allowing users to utilize resources in a more efficient manner.
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ASUS Performance Boost tuning technology
ASUS servers feature exclusive Performance Boost tuning technology to achieve the best server performance and agility by customizing the server to suit workload requirements; allowing users more control over the data center.
It increases workload yield by maximizing processor frequency and increasing power; making it ideal for time-sensitive applications such as financial services or data center operations.
Performance Boost consists of three main technologies. The Core Optimizer maximizes the processor frequency in multi-core operations, avoiding frequency shifting to reduce latency.
Engine Boost provides automatic power acceleration with an innovative voltage design to improve overall server performance, resulting in up to 24.5% greater Tflops performance. 3 Workload Presets are BIOS-server pre-configured profiles based on workloads and benchmarks to improve performance and efficiency, achieving a 5.8% performance increase 4 at peak frequencies. –ASUS world records