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Breakthrough performance with OCI Compute HPC shapes powered by AMD EPYC

Blog: Oracle BPM

The E5.HPC shape based on AMD 4th Gen EPYC (codenamed Genoa) is closely related to E5.Standard, for which we published Ansys Fluent performance. E5.HPC is a 144-core bare-metal server on Oracle’s ultra low-latency remote direct memory access (RDMA) network that scales efficiently to tens of thousands of cores. Each E5.HPC instance comes with 3.2-TB local NVMe storage and 768 GB of fast DDR5 RAM.

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