Online.net Deploys AMD EPYC Processors In Its Bare-Metal Server Portfolio

 

Online.net, a subsidiary of the French Iliad group and one of the world’s largest hosting infrastructure providers with over 110,000 dedicated servers under management across five data centers, has deployed AMD EPYC 7000 series processors across several of Online.net’s ‘Dedibox’ Bare-Metal Server offerings. These AMD EPYC processor-based bare-metal servers are intended to boost Online.net’s server lineup, meeting customer’s memory intensive and large-scale workload performance needs.

By deploying higher core counts, I/O and memory bandwidth, Online.net aims to improve energy efficiency while increasing server performance.

“Thanks to AMD EPYC processors, we are able to offer our customers a new bare-metal server lineup designed for intensive and large-scale workloads at the best performance-price ratio,” said Édouard Bonlieu, vice president for marketing strategy at Online.net. “This new server generation provides the best balance of CPU, memory and storage on pure metal servers guaranteeing predictable and constant performance.”

Founded in 1999, Online.net offers a wide range of services including domain namesweb hostingbare-metal servers and cloud solutions.

“Our work with Online.net on its Core and Pro offerings showcases that AMD continues to power performance at the heart of the server market with both highly scalable single-socket and dual-socket EPYC solutions,” said Scott Aylor, corporate vice president and general manager, AMD Datacenter Products. “In the bare-metal server environment, customers are actively looking for dedicated server resources because they need the flexibility and instant access to scalable performance that many modern workloads demand, including storage, virtualization and high-performance computing. AMD EPYC 7000 series processors help ensure that customers can work through Online.net to tap into the right performance with 16 to 24 cores, up to 384 GB of DDR4 memory capacity across 8 memory channels, and strong NVMe capabilities.”

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