Pogo Linux Redesigns Atlas EPYC Server With 2nd-Gen AMD Server Processors

Posted on November 11, 2019 by rawee.k

REDMOND, Wash., November 26, 2019 – Pogo Linux, a leading supplier of rackmount servers for the modern data center, today unveiled a series of rackmount servers based on the newest AMD EPYC™ processor, code-named “Rome”. The redesigned Atlas AMD Servers will take advantage of Rome’s features that focus on high-performance computing, multi-cloud implementation, virtualization and…

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Server Solutions: 2nd Gen AMD EPYC Processor Overview

Posted on November 11, 2019 by rawee.k
amd epyc processor

Although the 2nd-gen AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processor was launched in August, mid-sized system integrators weren’t able to get their hands on AMD EPYC motherboard components to support the building of high-performance servers immediately at the launch.  Thus, we just posting our Solution Labs overview now, in anticipation of our new redesigned Atlas rackmount servers…

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Server Refresh 2019 – 5 Reasons to Upgrade Now

Posted on May 5, 2019 by rawee.k
two guys standing in server room

If you’ve got a few server refresh cycles under your belt, you already know that even the best quality hardware has a limited duty life. Contrary to popular belief, not all workloads are moving to the cloud, especially the ones that are high cost for server compute workloads by mainstream hyperscale providers. So, whether you…

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New CPUs from Intel & AMD: Live on The Lunduke Show

Posted on August 8, 2017 by Rachel Bromage
AMD EPYC and Intel Xeon SP - front and back

Paul Bibaud, our VP of Sales & Product Development, just made his second appearance on The Lunduke Hour. This time out, he spoke with Bryan at length about the newly unveiled datacenter platforms from AMD and Intel. It’s a rare event that we get brand new high-end processors from the big two manufacturers at so nearly…

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