A multi-node server is a system that consists of an enclosure that houses two or more separate computer servers (or nodes) that share one or more power supply. The shared power supply distributes the total power available to all nodes.
A multi-node server is designed and constructed as a single enclosure with no hot-swappable components. Installing the server in a multi-node high-availability architecture can increase its efficiency and availability.
The steps you follow to establish a multi-node Server deployment are designed to enhance redundancy and reduce the chance of downtime, which is also a major component of the market’s current requirements.
The Global Multi-Node Server System Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
AIC Inc., a leading provider of enterprise storage and server solutions, today announced the availability of its new AMD EPYCTM 7003 Series processor-based multi-node performance optimised systems.
These AIC and AMD-based devices are suited for edge-cloud storage, enterprise storage, AI, machine learning, high-performance computing, and edge computing.
The AMD EPYC 7003 Series processors are based on AMD’s new ‘Zen 3’ core architecture,
with up to 64 cores and 128 threads per socket, giving unprecedented performance per socket.
In comparison to PCIe Gen 3.0, the CPUs enable PCIe Gen 4.0, which provides double with the data transfer rate and twice the I/O throughput.
The AMD EPYC 7003 Series CPU also delivers exceptional performance in accelerating memory-intensive tasks thanks to its 4-6-8 memory channel interleaving architecture.
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