With many enterprise platforms developers have various goals for their software, such as high performance, throughput, storage, or tackling the main issue of the day. It’s one thing to write software on one type of machine then deploy it to the datacenter, but it’s another to write code on a similar machine to what it will end up on. Most big server platforms will, in one form or another, have an OEM that will offer the equivalent of a ‘development tower’, enabling users to write code with the hardware at the desk. This time, GIGABYTE has developed an EPYC Tower, for both code development and small/medium enterprise deployments. The W291-Z00, a name that rolls right off the tongue, is a single socket EPYC platform built...
GIGABYTE has released its first servers based on overclockable Core X-series processors that offer a higher single-thread performance when compared to regular server CPUs. The new Overclocking Servers R161-series...7 by Anton Shilov on 12/13/2018
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GIGABYTE B2B has launched two PCIe riser cards for M.2 SSDs designed to build ultra-fast storage sub-systems consisting of multiple M.2 drives. The CMT4030-series risers will be available through...20 by Anton Shilov on 7/6/2018
GIGABYTE has announced a pair of new GPU-focused servers, rolling out the 8x SXM2 GPU G481-S80 and the 10x PCIe GPU G481-HA0, offering data centers some of the highest...6 by Joe Shields on 5/9/2018
Today GIGABYTE Server (the server arm of GIGABYTE, a different BU to the motherboard team) has lifted the lid on their new MA10-ST0 motherboard and SoC combination, aimed squarely...16 by Ian Cutress on 8/15/2017