We’re in the middle of Intel vs AMD performance war, for the nth time. We now know the landscape and the confirmed release dates for the AMD Ryzen 7000 processors. September 27th they’ll be available globally.
Building a #HPC cluster is challenging, especially with the variety of hardware and software options that are available. With the ever-changing hardware landscape, especially at the high-performance end, it can be wise to split your decision into several elements and also future-proof your hardware.
When it comes to high frequency trading servers, it’s imperative that the CPU is at the forefront of your mind. Tick-to-trade is one of the metrics that matters most when it comes to High Frequency Trading servers.
Picking the correct GPU Cloud Computing setup is important given the cost and workloads involved when moving to the cloud. We shortlist our recommended building blocks for an optimized GPU cloud.
Picking the correct RAID mode is important, especially as data carries a large value. Whether you need speed or redundancy, or both, you must pick the right RAID mode for your environment. There are other factors at play, such as read and write speeds, which we will discuss in the advantages and disadvantages below.
When it comes to high-frequency trading servers, several elements are key. CPU’s being one of them.
Low latency is paramount for certain use cases. It’s important for CDNs as they stream at the edge. It can also be the difference in whether you make a profit or a loss – which is the case when it comes to trading servers.
With rising power costs and with data centers passing this cost on as well as space being a premium in particular markets, it’s important to make sure you use a solution that maximizes power and space costs.
AMD has just announced their new Zen 4 series of CPUs. They have announced 4 new CPUs which will be available from September 27th: Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X, and Ryzen 5 7600X, all of which are based on the AM5 Socket.
Intel Raptor Lake processors are Intel’s answer to the recently released AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs.
Building a private GPU cloud can be an extremely hard task and it’s a task that has many components. The first thing to identify is whether you need a fully networked GPU cloud or do your workloads just require an integrated GPU server?
AMD finally announced the new line of Ryzen 7000 processors on August 29th. This is a very exciting development for AMD and for the general GPU market. They’ll be available on September 27th. Being a long-term partner of AMD, we can help you with building out both your AMD servers and AMD workstations.