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5 Servers Using Intel’s Xeon Scalable Cooper Lake CPUs

These quad-socket servers off a range of configuration options for those who want to take advantage of the new AI capabilities from Intel‘s third-generation Xeon Scalable lineup.

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HPE Superdome Flex 280

The HPE Superdome Flex 280 is a 5U server from Hewlett Packard Enterprise that can scale from two to eight processors from Intel‘s third-generation Xeon Scalable lineup, allowing it to support a total of 224 cores. Each chassis can support two to four sockets, with the ability to connect two together for an eight-socket maximum capacity. For high-bandwidth CPU-to-CPU communication, each socket has six Intel Ultra Path Interconnect links. With 48 RDIMM slots per chassis, the server can support up to 18 TB in shared memory, though that is expected to go up to 24 TB in a later release. The memory can be split between a mix of RDIMM or LRDIMM modules and Intel’s second-generation Optane Persistent Memory. Each chassis supports up to 16 half-height or eight full-height PCIe 3.0 slots that can be used for GPUs, storage controllers, network controllers and other components. On the storage side, each chassis has up to 10 2.5“ bays for SAS/DATA SSDs or SATA HDDs. For network connectivity, the server comes with two 1 GbE ports per chassis.

 
 
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