Deploy AMD EPYC processors to take on thousands of daily compute-intensive jobs whilst driving down total cost of ownership.
Oregon State University generate 4TB to 8TB of data every day running scientific procedures. They have adopted AMD EPYC™ processors to run all scientific procedures as cost effectively as possible. This allows Oregon State University to leverage a higher thread count at lower total operating costs. Chris Sullivan, Assistant Director of Biocomputing at the CGRB states that they are “getting a really good return for the dollars spent”.
To increase job count productivity, extend life of server room and reduced total operating costs and complexity, then look no further than AMD EPYC™.