New 1P server performance world records
Intel recently launched the Intel® Xeon® E platform, which delivers an up to 1.36X overall performance improvement compared to previous-generation processors and is suited for entry-level servers, secure cloud services and workstation solutions. ASUS RS300-E10, a 1U server with flexible storage and expansion options powered by the Intel Xeon E platform and designed for small-and-medium businesses for applications including firewalls, gateways or business servers, earned nine top-performance benchmark world records.
The world’s fastest computing performance 2P servers
ASUS achieved its world-record computing performance results with the RS720-E9 rack server and TS700-E9 tower server based on the Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 processor. RS720-E9 gained four 2P world records for compute-intensive applications with the SPEC CPU® 2017 benchmark, including SPECint 2017 rate and SPECfp 2017 rate. Additionally, TS700-E9 holds four 2P world records for compute-intensive applications with the SPEC CPU2017 benchmark, including SPECfp 2017 and SPECfp 2017.
ASUS 2P servers have achieved 129 performance-benchmark records as of January 31, 2019. The latest lineup of record-breaking, configurable servers includes tower servers, rack servers and multi-node platforms, designed to be highly scalable and work seamlessly for infrastructure visualization, data analysis, and general and technical computing applications.
Exclusive Performance Boost technology
ASUS has over 20 years of expertise in the server industry and has a dedicated team of engineers specializing in server hardware design, software and firmware integration, and performance tuning and optimization for a broad range of applications. ASUS achieves the best server performance and agility by tuning servers to match compute workload requirements. Exclusive Performance Boost technology improves workload throughput by maximizing processor frequency and boost power, ideal for time-sensitive applications such as financial services or data-center operations. In the BIOS, users can choose from pre-configured server profiles optimized for specific workloads, maximizing overall performance and reducing server-configuration time.
The Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC) is a non-profit corporation formed to establish, maintain and endorse standardized benchmarks and tools to evaluate performance and energy efficiency for the newest generation of computing systems. SPEC develops benchmark suites and reviews and publishes submitted results from our member organizations and other benchmark licensees.