The ESC4000A-E10 model now supports eight single-slot or four dual-slot PCI Express 4.0 GPUs, making it better suited to a variety of applications and workloads.
Greater GPU power: ASUS ESC4000A-E10 now supports eight single-slot or four dual-slot PCIe 4.0 GPUs in a 2U chassis.
Wider GPU compatibility: NVIDIA A100, NVIDIA Tesla, NVIDIA Quadro and NVIDIA T4 graphics processors are supported.
ASUS, one of the leading companies in servers, server motherboards and workstations, introduced various innovations at the virtual SC20 event. ASUS, the industry leader in the field of GPU-accelerated servers, used the SC20 platform to announce the new and expanded GPU support of the AMD EPYC-based GPU server ESC4000A-E10. Previously supporting four dual-slot PCI Express 4.0 (PCIe 4.0) GPUs, the ESC4000A-E10 can now support eight single-slot GPUs. The server has thus become ideal for real-time AI extraction and edge computing in data centers.
ESC4000A-E10 is also compatible with NVIDIA A100, NVIDIA Tesla, NVIDIA Quadro, and NVIDIA T4 models. Extended support on the product will be available towards the end of December 2020.