TAMPA, FL – Hivelocity, a global provider of dedicated servers, cloud hosting, colocation and managed services, announced today the addition of AMD EPYC to its line of Instantly Deployable Dedicated Servers. Hivelocity currently offers 20 unique server configurations which deploy in minutes at their data centers in Tampa, Atlanta, Los Angeles and New York City. Customers with more than a few minutes to spare can custom configure their servers with thousands of customizable options and same day deployment.
“For the last decade plus we have offered Intel Xeon servers exclusively to our customers. When AMD introduced it’s new line of EPYC processors we were skeptical. It is no secret that AMD has let down our industry before with previous attempts like Bulldozer. Not only have the EPYCs not been a disappointment, they have truly blown away our expectations. We have early adopter customers using EPYCs for months who are telling us they have gone from maxing out their previous Dual E5 Xeons to about 25% load on their new EPYCs,” according to Hivelocity’s COO, Steve Eschweiler. “We asked a 3rd party to run some bench mark tests on these AMD systems to provide customers with an unbiased impression of their performance. The results of these tests can be found at https://www.hivelocity.net/blog/amd-epyc-benchmarks/.”
Hivelocity provides high-performance data center services to thousands of customers from over 130 countries since 2002. In September of 2017 Hivelocity completed the acquisition of Rack Alley, an IaaS provider with data centers in Los Angeles. AMD recently conducted a case study on Hivelocity which can be found at – https://www.amd.com/Documents/Delive…h-AMD-EPYC.pdf