AMD Server Solutions
AMD Opteron™ processor-based servers are made to handle real world workloads with superior value and energy efficiency at every price point. Unlike competitive products focused on raw performance, AMD technology-based servers deliver one platform to support the top-line demands of your organization with a total cost advantage you can take right to the bottom line.
Greater Performance, Greater Efficiency
Agile compute module x86 processor:
- Scalable up to 4 sockets with up to 16 cores
- Four DDR-3 memory channels: up to 1866MHz memory and 1.5TB capacity in 4P systems
- Up to 3.50GHz base frequency
- Up to 24% higher Java performance over previous generation
Up to 40% higher performance per watt than previous generation.
- C6 power state enables ultra low power by gating power to idle cores
- Flexible power management
AMD Opteron™ 6300 Series Processor:
More Cores, More Speed, More Value
New Key Features:
- 2nd Generation Core Architecture—designed to drive more core density and greater throughput
- AMD Turbo CORE Technology—AMD Opteron™ 6300 Series processors have a 44% higher max boost than Intel Xeon E5-2600 Series processors.
- Flex FP—delivers up to sixteen 128-bit floating point units per processor
- AMD Virtualization™ (AMD-V™) Technology 2.0—heightens virtualization efficiency with new enhancements to the AMD-V suite of virtualization to optimize data center rack space and help minimize management tasks
- Processor Cores—delivering 60-100% more cores over the competition for scalable systems
- Memory bandwidth—quad memory channels and high memory capacity for robust configurations
- Performance—60-100% more cores than the competition. FMAC units in the Flex FP help drive more performance by executing FMA4 instructions that execute complex calculations in half the cycles as the competition.
- AMD-P 2.0 Technology—Power-saving features like C6 Power State and TDP Power Cap along with 1.25 (volt) ULV-DIMM. C6 Power State shuts down power to idle cores. TDP Power Cap gives you the flexibility to set power limits without capping processor frequency.