AEWIN

SCB-1937 High-performance Edge Computing Platform

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AEWIN has a long running partnership with AMD that started in 2011 and have a full range of devices powered by the innovative Zen architectures. This partnership resulted in AEWIN being the first to launch AMD powered network computing devices, as well as the first EPYC powered network computing solutions. SCB-1937 network computing platform was designed to take advantage of the latest EPYC 7003 powered by the Zen 3 architecture.

EPYC 7003 series processors features the Zen 3 architecture that brings a host of architectural improvements that brings huge performance and efficiency gains. The chiplets and IO die design has been further refined and optimized. In addition, it also features tweaks under the hood for nearly 20% instructions per clock gains. This allows the new EPYC processors to be wide and fast. It still features up to 128 lanes of PCIe Gen4 per CPU for attaching the fastest network cards or accelerators.

SCB-1937 supports the full range of AEWIN Network Expansion Modules, such as 1/10/25/40/100 Gigabit fiber, copper with BYPASS function or not. The maximum capable Ethernet port is up to 64x 1GbE, or up to 8x 100GbE ports. This combination makes the SCB-1937 the powerhouse for any network packet processing workloads with countless of port configurations to suit deployment in any situation.

AEWIN’s network computing platform is also ideal for network edge applications, such as MEC, Edge AI, and vRAN applications. The prestigious amount of PCIe lanes allows many accelerators to be installed. For MEC and Edge AI applications, GPU accelerators can be added to provide massive boost to inference performance. SCB-1937 is a flexible network computing platform ready for your applications. Speak to AEWIN’s friendly sales team to see how to configure the SCB-1937 to be the foundation of your next application.

DIGITIMES, a publication specialized in global IT and semiconductor sector, has reported on AEWIN and the SCB-1937. Hop on over to DIGITIMES to read the article, which details how SCB-1937 has been used and its user applications.
https://www.digitimes.com/news/a20210524PR200.html?mod=3&q=AMD+Milan+CPU&chid=9

SCB-1937 Network Appliance | Edge computing server
●Support dual AMD® EPYC™ 7003/7002 (Milan/Rome) processors
●8x channel DDR4 3200MHz memory, up to 4TB
●8x PCIe x8 for Network Expansion Module
●2x 2.5”HDD/SSD, 2x M.2 2280 & 1x m-SATA
●Support IPMI card with VGA (optional)