One of the many questions about AMD’s EPYC processor line related to AMD’s ability to reengage with OEMs since the Bulldozer era. Recent announcements from Microsoft Azure and Baidu have shown that at least two of the Super 7 cloud providers are on board, and today’s announcement brings Dell PowerEdge servers, powered by EPYC, into the mix. Dell is launching three variants of the PowerEdge 14G line: Dell PowerEdge 14G with EPYC PowerEdge R6415 PowerEdge R7415 PowerEdge R7425 Size 1U 2U 2U Sockets 1 1 2 CPUs Up to EPYC 7601 32 Core / 64 Threads Up to 2x EPYC 7601 64 Core / 128 Threads DRAM < 2TB DDR4 LRDIMMs < 1TB DDR4 RDIMMs < 4TB DDR4 LRDIMMs < 2TB DDR4 RDIMMs NVMe Drives 10 Total 8 Front Panel 24 Total 24 Front Panel 24 Total 24 Front Panel PCIe Lanes 2 x PCIe 3.0 x16 3 x PCIe 3.0 x16 1 x PCIe 3.0 x8 6 x PCIe 3.0...

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