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AMD EPYC Processor chosen by the National Institute for Nuclear Physics in Italy

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The National Institute for Nuclear Physics in Italy will be using AMD's EPYC processor for their future research due to its high performance and features.
AMD EPYC Processor chosen by the National Institute for Nuclear Physics in Italy
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It was announced by AMD that the INFN in Italy chose the AMD EPYC 7351 processor to power their high-performance computing cluster. The INFN conducts theoretical and experimental research in the subnuclear, nuclear and astroparticle physics while offering access to its processing resources across Europe.

Luca dell’Agnello, head of the tier one center, INFN said this:

As a tier one provider of clustered compute and storage for the largest currently ongoing experiments in physics, INFN delivers access to the massive amount of processing required for advanced research in nuclear physics. With the adoption of AMD EPYC into the institute, we are offering the latest generation of processing capability to our users and expanding the overall compute capabilities.

The AMD EPYC 7531 is a 16-core processor that is perfect for complimenting 128 lanes of PCIe connectivity and eight memory channels.

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