Lower Datacenter Costs, Not Standards
Get performance and power efficiency with vanity-free, feature-correct and power-optimized servers based on the AMD Open 3.0 platform.
Building on our legacy of innovative datacenter solutions, AMD has aligned with the Open Compute initiative to help design highly efficient server solutions at the lowest possible costs. AMD Open 3.0 is the first and only Open Compute platform that can be deployed in a standard rack infrastructure and can be easily adapted for cloud computing, storage and high-performance computing.
The AMD Open 3.0 platform is custom-designed to help you:
- Save up to 57% on server acquisition costs and lower your datacenter operation costs
- Get the flexibility to custom-build your server infrastructure to meet specific workloads
- Achieve new levels of infrastructure management efficiency
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AMD Open 3.0 demonstrates our commitment to the Open Compute Project, collaborating with a community of customers and engineers from around the world to help deliver highly-efficient and cost-effective server solutions for scalable computing.
- Motherboard fits in both data center racks and OCP data center racks.
- Support for all AMD Opteron™ 6000 Series processors.
- Open Standard Baseboard Management Controller (BMC).
- Fits a wide variety of non-proprietary enclosures supporting both 2.5" and 3.5" disc drives.
- Open Machine Management with cost effective options depending on requirements.
What are the main objectives of AMD Open 3.0?
How does Open Compute align with AMD's datacenter strategy?
What server software is compatible with Open Compute?
How does Open Compute speed up innovation?
How does Open Compute simplify systems management?
How does Open Compute support AMD's common slot architecture?
Learn about the origins of Open Compute, the drivers of change that made it a reality and its impact on the datacenter.
Learn more about how the AMD 3.0 Motherboard can serve as the foundation for the most efficient performing compute infrastructure at the lowest possible costs.
Discover how Open Compute servers can be deployed to achieve Total Cost of Ownership savings approaching $67M over a four-year period.
Learn how Open Compute servers can deliver significant cost savings without compromising performance while running Cloud and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) environments.
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AMD Open Compute Partners:
Compared to the tradition of utilizing different servers for different tasks, AMD Open 3.0 provides maximum flexibility to offer a whole new landscape for infrastructure possibilities. To offer the most efficient, powerful and cost effective solution, AMD partners with industry leaders to pave the way for radical hardware innovation.
Avnet is one of the world's largest distributors of electronic components, computer products and embedded technology solutions. In support of the Open Compute Project (OCP), Avnet has launched its OCP Innovation Lab to serve as a development environment for users, developers and partners to design, deliver and integrate cost-effective, power-efficient, and OCP-compliant compute, storage and networking solutions. Learn more
Penguin Computing delivers integrated, Linux-based solutions for the enterprise and HPC space. Committed to innovative, cost-effective and efficient community-driven solutions, the company has submitted a variety of feature enhancements within the Open Compute Project initiative. This includes the addition of instrumentation extensions for power monitoring at the subsystem level. Learn more
ZT Systems is a leading provider of complete server and rack-level solutions optimized for hyperscale data centers. The company combines Open Compute Project designs with unique customization capabilities to deliver a range of server solutions that are "precision-fit" to the technical and business requirements of individual large data centers. Learn more
A global leader and innovator in semiconductor solutions for wired and wireless communications, Broadcom has joined one of the Open Compute Project's latest efforts. With a focus on developing a specification and a reference box for an open, OS-agnostic top-of-rack switch, the company has joined Facebook and other IT giants to find the best solution. Learn more
Hyve Solutions is the primary US distributor for AMD servers and a leader in providing purpose-built datacenter servers and storage that are cost effective and built to run specific workloads. Through its participation and unique role in the Open Compute Project, Hyve Solutions is able to offer high performing and energy-efficient server hardware at very competitive prices. Learn more
TYAN designs, manufactures and markets advanced x86 server/workstation platforms. Its products – sold to OEMs, VARs, System Integrators and Resellers – feature design enhancements specifically developed for enterprise computer room and data center environments. For the Open Compute Project, AMD works with TYAN as one of its key motherboard manufacturers. Learn more
As a leading supplier of end-to-end InfiniBand and Ethernet interconnect solutions and services for servers and storage, Mellanox contributes high-speed, efficient networking specifications and provides I/O solutions for Open Compute-based systems. The company's solutions include 10GbE, single and dual SFP+ port Mezzanine adapters. Learn more
As the world's largest notebook computer ODM, Quanta serves as a leading provider of quality design and manufacturing services. The company has gone on to offer energy-efficient and high-performance products for webscale customers. Quanta offers an "off-the-shelf product line" built to the specifications of the Open Compute Project. Learn more
1. Compared to the HP Proliant DL360p Gen 8 Server which costs $10,669. The AMD-based Open Compute 3.0 server costs $4,589