Multi-node Servers for High-Density Operations
The multi-node servers are designed for high-density environments where you need a large number of discrete servers with high-speed interconnects for networked or clustered operations. These servers provide maximum density — four nodes in only two rack units — with lower capital and operating cost through shared power supplies and cooling fans.
Typical workloads hosted on A+ Twin servers run either on bare metal or virtualized:
- High-performance computing including EDA simulation, computational fluid dynamics, and weather modeling
- Back-end infrastructure for online gaming services
- Cloud-applications and software as a service (SaaS)
- Enterprise datacenter applications including private cloud, virtualization clusters, and network infrastructure applications
In the past, choosing multi-node systems meant making a performance compromise because of the limited set of processors that could be supported with this density. Today, with AMD EPYC processors hosting up to 64 cores per CPU, a single-socket system can provide the same processing power that formerly required two processors.
Designed for Reliability
We built in reliability with a no-cable architecture. The server midplane connects directly to the power supplies and each server in the rear, and to the disk cages in the front. This design eliminates cables and sockets within the chassis, reducing the chance of failure. In the event of a disk or node failure, all components are hot pluggable in both the front and rear of the chassis.
Dual-Socket AS -2124BT-HNTR BigTwin
- Dual SP3 socket for up to two AMD EPYC™ 7002 or 7003 Series processors
- Up to 64 cores, up to 240W TDP per socket
- 16 DIMM slots for DDR4-3200 MHz RDIMM/LRDIMM; up to 4 TB registered ECC
Single-Socket AS -2014TP-HTR TwinPro
- Single SP3 socket for one AMD EPYC™ 7002 or 7003 Series processor
- Up to 64 cores, up to 280W TDP†
- 8 DIMM slots for DDR4-3200 MHz RDIMM/LRDIMM; up to 2 TB registered ECC