• Enabling business outcomes at the speed of innovation

      Dell EMC PowerEdge servers powered by 3rd Generation AMD EPYC processors push workload boundaries with tailored IT and business solutions 

       

    • The PowerEdge server portfolio with AMD EPYC provides a balanced ecosystem that helps your business achieve:

      • Faster and more competitive outcomes
      • Efficient data center manageability
      • End-to-end infrastructure security
    • Rack server solutions built to help you innovate, adapt, and grow

    • Dell EMC PowerEdge servers powered by AMD EPYC are designed to address your most challenging workloads from the edge to the cloud to the core. Paired with our OpenManage integrated IT management system, PowerEdge rack servers empower you to focus on growing your business.

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      Adaptive Compute

      Address evolving compute demands with a platform engineered to optimize the latest technology advances across processor, memory, networking, storage, and acceleration

      • Delivering AI/ML infrastructure without compromise with the XE8545

      • Constantly updating with 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors, NVLink, PCIe Gen4 and other new innovations

      • Providing Ready Architecture for HPC, vSAN ReadyNodes, and more solutions powered by PowerEdge with AMD EPYC

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      Autonomous Compute Infrastructure

      Respond rapidly to business opportunities with intelligent systems that work together and independently, delivering to the parameters that you set. 

      • Leveraging the full iDRAC and OpenManage Enterprise capabilities

      • APIs and integration tools provide a seamless setup for autonomous compute

      • Defining automation levels and strategic workstreams to improve data center operations

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      Proactive Resilience

      Embed trust into your digital transformation with an infrastructure designed for secure interactions and the capability to predict potential threats.

      • Operate your workloads on cyber-resilient platform using a cryptographically trusted booting cycle and immutable silicon root of trust, starting at our factory

      • Maintain server firmware safety with digitally signed firmware packages

      • Securely and quickly wipe all data from storage media including hard drives, SSDs and system memory with System Erase

    • Explore PowerEdge Servers Powered by AMD

    Overview

    Compare

    • Two-Socket Rack Servers Powered by AMD Workloads Memory Storage Processor
      PowerEdge R6525 HPC, dense VDI and virtualization 32 (8TB)

      12 x 2.5" or

      4 x 3.5"

      Up to 2 2nd or 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors
      PowerEdge C6525 HPC, digital manufacturing, research, web tech 16 (2TB) per node

      24 x 2.5" or

       12 x 3.5"

      Up to 2 2nd or 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors per node
      PowerEdge R7525 All-flash SDS, VDI and data analytics 32 (4TB)

      26 x 2.5" or 

      12 x 3.5"

      Up to 2 2nd or 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors
      PowerEdge XE8545 AI infrastructure without compromise 32 x DDR4

      Up to 10 x 2.5" SATA/SAS/SSD, max 38.4TB

       

      Up to 8 x 2.5" NVMe, max 32 TB

      2  3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors
    • One-Socket Rack Servers Powered by AMD Workloads Memory Storage Processor
      PowerEdge R6515 Virtualization, HCI and NFV 16 (2TB)

      10 x 2.5" or

       4 x 3.5"

      1 2nd or 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processor
      PowerEdge R7515 Virtualization, SDS and data analytics 16 (2TB)

      24 x 2.5" or

       12 x 3.5" or

       8 x 3.5"

      1 2nd or 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processor
    • Why Choose Dell EMC PowerEdge with AMD?

      Dell EMC is a market leader in servers, storage, integrated systems and IT services. Combined with the power of AMD, this balanced server portfolio will help you protect your infrastructure investment so you can focus on what’s really important – realizing your IT and digital business transformations.

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      Dell EMC vSAN Ready Nodes

      vSAN Ready Nodes are flexible, pre-configured, and jointly certified to run VMware vSAN with over 30 configurations available with AMD processors4. Each Ready Node includes just the right amount of CPU, memory, network I/O controllers, HDDs and SSDs for your unique workloads.

      • Deploy 130% faster with OpenManage Integration for VMware vCenter5  

      • Get single point-of-contact support from more than 1,800 VMware-certified Dell EMC professionals

      • Update hypervisor and firmware using vLCM and OMIVV in an 8-node cluster with up to 98% less hands-on time and 98% fewer steps6

      • Choose from five platform options powered by AMD processors, including two vSAN Ready Node chassis family offerings with Identity Module

    • Essential Resources

      PowerEdge + AMD Resources

    Customer Stories

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      Customer Story: Dutch National Institute for Subatomic Physics

      Discovering the secrets of the universe

      Learn how Nikhef is driving global research into the universe’s building blocks with high-performance computing (HPC) from Dell EMC and AMD EPYC.

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      Customer Story: PACKET

      Driving machine learning applications

      Check out how PACKET achieves cost-effective, maximum throughput with Dell EMC PowerEdge servers powered by AMD EPYC for machine learning applications.

    White Papers & More

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      Deep Learning Inference on PowerEdge R7425

      This white paper explores the performance and efficiency of using the PowerEdge R7425 server for production-level deep learning inferencing workloads.

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      Bringing AMD to the data center

      This Direct from Development tech note discusses compatibility between Intel and AMD processors, workload migrations and scheduler support for heterogenous environments.

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      Finish machine learning preparation tasks on Kubernetes containers in less time with the Dell EMC PowerEdge R7525

      This Dell EMC solution did image processing work more quickly than a similarly priced server from HPE

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      Get better k-means analytics workload performance for your money with the PowerEdge R7525

      The solution beat an HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10 server by achieving faster analysis at a similar cost

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      PowerEdge R7515 delivered better value on a transactional database than a dual-socket HPE ProLiant DL380 Gen10

      In a VMware vSAN environment, the Dell EMC solution performed more transactional database work for each dollar spent on hardware and software

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      Get stronger SQL Server performance for less with PowerEdge R6515 clusters powered by AMD EPYC 7502P processors

      On an OLTP workload in a virtualized environment, a cluster of these single-socket servers outperformed a cluster of the higherpriced dual-socket HPE ProLiant DL360 Gen10, powered by Intel Xeon Gold 6242 processors

    Blogs

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      Pushing HCI Beyond the Data Center

      PowerEdge servers based on AMD EPYC provide customers with even greater HCI deployment options.

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      Setting the TCPx-HS Benchmark for 1 and 10TB

      Test results show how the single-socket PowerEdge R6415 offers the right feature set for data analysis.

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      Dual-Socket Performance in a Single-Socket Server

      Gartner analysis examines how single-socket PowerEdge servers with AMD EPYC deliver surprising performance in a small footprint.

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      Partnering with AMD to Tackle Your Most Complex Workloads

      Announcing PowerEdge with 2nd Gen AMD EPYC CPUs, designed to address the requirements of a multi-cloud world

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      HPC Forecast Calls for EPYC Weather Modeling

      Ready Solutions for HPC integrate PowerEdge and 2nd Gen AMD EPYC to offer improved performance for climate and weather modeling.

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      Being Deliberate with PowerEdge and AMD’s New High-Frequency CPUs

      Putting the new AMD HF CPUs into the PowerEdge platforms empowers relational databases, HPC, and virtualization workloads, while keeping your business up and running.

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      HPC For The Masses: New SDSC Supercomputer To Serve 50,000 Users

      In this new data era, HPC systems often need to meet the diverse requirements of thousands of users.

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      4 New Reasons to Consider a 1-Socket Server

      There are now 14 reasons why single socket servers could rule the future. 

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      Powering Scientific Research with Dell EMC and AMD

      The Center for Genome Research and Biocomputing at Oregon State University capitalizes on Dell EMC PowerEdge servers with AMD processors in a highly heterogeneous HPC research environment.

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      Balanced Memory is Best: 2nd Generation AMD EPYC Processors for PowerEdge Servers

      Every CPU generation has unique memory population guidelines that must be satisfied to attain the best memory performance.


    • 1 Based on Dell EMC Internal Analysis: versus comparable Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers with AMD Naples configurations

      2 Based on Dell EMC Internal Analysis: PowerEdge OpenManage vs manual deployment

      3 Based on Dell EMC Internal Analysis

      Based on Dell EMC review of vSAN RN offering across all OEMs listed on VMware vSAN Compatibility Guide August 28, 2020.

      Based on Dell EMC internal competitive testing of PowerEdge and OMIVV versus Cisco UCS manual OS deployment.

      *Compared to manual approach.    Based on “New VMware vSphere 7.0 features reduced the time and complexity of routine update and compatibility-checking tasks”, a Principled Technologies Test Report commissioned by Dell, July 2020. Full report found here: http://facts.pt/eon978k