Cirrascale Cloud Services, a provider of public and private dedicated, multi-GPU cloud solutions enabling deep learning, is now offering AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors as part of its dedicated, multi-GPU cloud platform. AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors are expected to deliver “up to 2 times” the performance-per-socket and “4 times” peak FLOPS per-socket over the previous generation AMD EPYC processors.
With up to 64 cores, 128 threads, 8 memory channels with up to 4TB of memory per socket, and 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes coupled with embedded security features, the 2nd generation AMD EPYC Processors would be well suited to drive performance and reduce bottlenecks in autonomous vehicle, medical imaging, and other deep learning application workflows.
Raw Server Power
“In addressing the growing demands of today’s deep learning workloads, we’re excited about offering our customers the latest generation of AMD EPYC Processors as a solution in our dedicated, multi-GPU cloud platform,” said Mike LaPan, vice president, Cirrascale Cloud Services. “The higher core per GPU ratios will help our customers improve overall price/performance for their multi-GPU cloud server deployments.”
Cirrascale Cloud Services offers cloud-based solutions for large-scale deep learning operators, service providers, as well as HPC users. Cirrascale targets customers that want to maximize GPU utilization by removing network and storage bottlenecks within its cloud and offers its services at a flat weekly and monthly rate to customers with no egress charges for data transfers. Additionally, with Cirrascale Cloud Services, the customer experience isn’t virtualized, so they receive dedicated access, allowing them to gain “the absolute raw horsepower” of their cloud server.
“We designed the 2nd Gen AMD EPYC Processor Series to give our customers exactly what they said they needed,” said Scott Aylor, corporate vice president and general manager, Datacenter Solutions Group, AMD. “With leadership in architecture, performance, and security, the 2nd Gen AMD EPYC Processors are a superior choice and set a new standard for the modern datacenter.”