AMD EPYC specifications make these servers an optimal choice for complex and performance-demanding tasks, such as DBMS, analytics, CRM, computer engineering, and multiple VM support.
Scalability for license cost optimization
License cost per AMD EPYC core is lower than that of other vendors’ solutions.
Easy integration into the existing infrastructure
Most x86 applications will run on AMD EPYC.
Advanced information security functions
AMD on-chip Infinity Guard technology keeps your data safe without sacrificing system performance. It includes AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV) function.
Datacenter lease payment reduction
Leasing servers with AMD EPYC processors is less expensive than leasing infrastructures based on many other CPUs.
Improving key business application performance
New AMD EPYC-based servers help improve business system performance at lower infrastructure costs.
Fast data handling
AMD EPYC will enhance performance, transaction security, and data protection for DBMS, sophisticated analysis systems, and big data and AI solutions.
AMD EPYC-based servers are an efficient and secure platform for computer simulation and design, reverse engineering and other business applications that require high computational speed.
Facilitation of infrastructure administration through hyper-convergence
AMD EPYC servers are suited for building hyper-converged infrastructures (integrating servers, storage and networking components into a single environment using software tools) that are easier to manage and operate.
CROC Cloud Services now offers NVIDIA GPUs to drastically accelerate
computing-intensive jobs. GPU-as-a-Service is based on VM instances with NVIDIA
GPU and billed monthly on the pay-as-you-go model. Users
are fully supported 24/7.
In the first two weeks of March, CROC Cloud Services received a 960% more requests YoY. With IT equipment shipments being on hold, companies seek for available means to maintain business processes and upgrade infrastructure. The customers of the five sectors account for 80% of requests, including finance (28%), IT with online service developers (17%), retail (15%), manufacturing (11%), and logistics (9%).