GIGABYTE Partners with AMD For First-Gen EPYC™ Server Platform Release
GIGABYTE Diversifies Platform Range With AMD's New x86 Offering
Jul 04, 2017


GIGABYTE continues to innovate in the range of options it delivers to the server market. Capitalizing on the possibilities offered by the EPYC™ platform, GIGABYTE is working with AMD as a go-to-market partner for this offering. The EPYC™ processor is offered as an SoC, incorporating a multi-die design to deliver impressive compute, memory, I/O, and power capabilities. With up to 32 cores, 128 PCIe lanes and 8 channels of memory per core, GIGABYTE and AMD are delivering new options in the x86 space.

“GIGABYTE is committed to pushing design boundaries in the enterprise server market, and with AMD’s EPYC™ 7000 series processor we can take the customer experience to the next level with a single socket solution.” said Daniel Hou, VP of Research and Development, GIGABYTE.
GIGABYTE's initial offering on the AMD EPYC™ platform provides single and dual processor options in both 1U and 2U form factors. GIGABYTE's solutions also offer the only dual port 10Gb/s EPYC systems available today.

GIGABYTE has also released a standalone motherboard, the MZ31-AR0, which carries a single EPYC™ 7000 series processor and offers broader configuration options. The board comes equipped with 7 expansion slots and 2 x 10Gb Ethernet ports.

GIGABYTE is excited to bring you new options for your business or data center with a suite of products based on the AMD EPYC™ architecture. With a mature ecosystem in place, and GIGABYTE's industry-leading hardware design, GIGABYTE continues to deliver even more choice to end users.