Celebrating 4th Generation AMD EPYCTM 9004 Series Processors - The Next Step in the AMD & Nutanix Collaboration
Traditional approaches to datacenter infrastructure can’t keep up with the speed of business today. The modern approach creates flexibility and scalability into your environment, allowing you to stay agile, efficient and secure.
Together, Nutanix and AMD deliver the leadership required to help transform your infrastructure solution, delivering a flexible and scalable foundation to compete and succeed in a global market defined by agility and innovation.
AMD and Nutanix Team Up
From enterprise to SMB, Nutanix and AMD work together to help meet the insatiable demand for computing that today’s emerging applications place on IT. Harness the powerful combination of leadership enterprise cloud software with high performance AMD processor-based OEM servers to implement your digital transformation.
Minimize breach impacts with AMD built-in data isolation across virtual machines, memory and threads.
Prevent firmware attacks from boot-up through on-going operation with a unique fingerprint to each system.
Protects applications and their VMs in case of a perimeter breach with micro segmentation from Nutanix Flow internal firewalling.
Enables IT to deploy a hardened baseline configuration in a machine-readable format.
Lenovo ThinkAgile HX systems
Lenovo ThinkAgile HX systems with AMD EPYC™ powered by Nutanix Cloud software deliver new heights in performance for critical business applications such as databases and VDI while at the same time being fully secure and easy to manage.
AMD Security Leadership to Help Protect Your Data
AMD EPYC CPUs feature an architecture that helps isolate data between threads, secure memory encryption, secure encrypted virtualization with encrypted state and safe guest migration, and secure root of trust.
A New Processor for the Modern Data Center
The AMD EPYC processor is ideal for Nutanix virtualized, hyperconverged environments with ample processing resources for multi-threaded applications including a high number of cores per socket combined with a sizeable number of I/O channels for high volume connectivity to storage.