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New Intel® Xeon® Scalable
Servers based on the latest Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors.Sign up for testing
Take your infrastructure and data analysis to the next level thanks to the in-memory analytics of Intel® Optane™ DC NVM memory.Sign up for testing
Programmable logically integrated circuits. FPGA PCI cards can accelerate heavy applications up to 8 TFLOPS per 50W.Sign up for testing
AMD EPYC 7401 and 7351P
Productive servers based on AMD EPYC 7401 and 7351P processors.Sign up for testing
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Public, private, and hybrid clouds built on VMware technology.Sign up for testing
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New processors, chipsets, graphics cards, solid-state drives, and network equipment are released every quarter by the world’s leading IT manufacturers, including Intel, AMD, NVIDIA, and Cisco. Software manufacturers, like Microsoft, Red Hat, VMware, and Citrix, launch beta versions of new operating systems, hypervisors, and software platforms before their final release. While newly-released versions are not the easiest or cheapest to come by, you can try them for free at the Selectel Lab.
Thanks for the opportunity to test out the Intel Optane—I’d heard a lot about it, but never thought I’d be able to actually get my hands on it.
Thanks for the opportunity to get a firsthand look at the hardware. The console tests showed positive results: 2-3 times better than the SSDs already on the system.
The task we looked at with this server deals with machine learning: segmenting users by text markers. We plan to continue testing when Optane becomes a paid service.