OnLogic announced a collaboration that will provide customers with immediate access to a new line of industrial servers powered by the newest generation of AMD Ryzen™ and AMD EPYC™ processors. OnLogic’s new AMD-powered server lineup combines the company’s years of experience designing reliable edge computing hardware with the performance, versatility and capabilities offered by AMD technologies. These new servers are designed to offer the configurability, connectivity and capabilities for use in AI, deep learning, data analytics and advanced automation. By using AMD processors, OnLogic can further empower customers to meet their increasingly complex, data management needs.
“Data is the key to so many of the innovative solutions being built today,” says Maxx Garrison, Product Management Lead for OnLogic’s server line. “Our servers are designed to be flexible and configurable since each of these projects is so unique. Now, with these new AMD-powered servers, users can take advantage of the features provided by AMD EPYC and AMD Ryzen processors. We’re already seeing customers prototyping some incredible things using these solutions and can’t wait to see what others will create.”
OnLogic’s AMD-powered server lineup features a range of rackmount systems designed to be integrated into traditional server infrastructure; as well as a desk or wall-mounted unit intended for users who need server performance from a standalone device. All of the systems leverage next gen PCIe® 4 for fast data transfer, as well as integrated Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) technology for remote data management.
“We’re excited that OnLogic has created this new line of AMD-powered servers,” said Amey Deosthali, director, Product Management, AMD. “There will always be a need for high performance computing in traditional data centers, which is a specialty for AMD, but we’re seeing servers being implemented in a range of edge computing applications, and that’s where OnLogic’s expertise comes into play. These EPYC- and Ryzen-powered devices will give innovators computing capabilities at the edge they simply didn’t have before.”