AIC Inc. revealed its new edge server appliance powered by 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors (codename Genoa). The new server, EB202-CP, is designed to deliver superior performance in a compact size while offering excellent cost efficiency. Combined with the 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors, EB202-CP is expected to drive innovations in AI, training simulation, autonomous vehicles, and edge applications. AIC will showcase EB202-CP at SC22 expo from November 14th to 17th, 2022.
AIC EB202-CP is a 2U rackmount server with 22 inches in depth. It supports eight E1.S/ E3.S or U.2 SSDs which are front-serviceable and hot-swappable. The E1.S/ E3.S drives are Enterprise and Datacenter SSD Form Factor (EDSFF) that enables EB202-CP to provide high-density all-flash NVMe for half petabyte storage capabilities and enhance IOPS and space utilization. EB202-CP has great expansion functionality and supports up to two double-stack GPU or accelerator cards, two FHHL/HHHL PCIe 5.0 cards, and an OCP 3.0 card. Based on the AIC server board Capella, EB202-CP supports a single 4th Gen AMD EPYC processor and eight DDR5 DIMMs. The 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors, built on “Zen 4” architecture, are optimized for general-purpose workloads across the enterprise, cloud, and edge. This new generation of AMD EPYC features the world’s highest-performing x86 processor, PCIe 5.0 ready, and enables low TCO. It also delivers leadership energy efficiency as well as state-of-the-art security features.
AIC will showcase EB202-CP at SC22 together with other innovative technologies including a 2U 4-node hyper-converged storage server; a 2U 24-bay U.2 NVMe JBOF, and 5U PCIe 4.0 JBOX. Visit AIC booth No.832 at the SC22 expo, November 14th – 17th 2022, in Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas, Dallas, Texas.