Cohesity Offers Customers More Choice and Energy Efficiency with AMD EPYC CPU-Powered Solutions for Modern Data Security Infrastructure

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  • 04.06.2024 02:35 pm

Cohesity, a leader in AI-powered data security and management, today announced that the Cohesity Data Cloud now supports AMD EPYC™ CPU-powered servers, offering customers even more options for modern data security and management. Customers can now deploy and run Cohesity Data Cloud on AMD EPYC CPU-based all-flash and hybrid servers from Dell, HPE, and Lenovo.

As companies continue to generate increasing volumes of data, it’s critical they manage and secure that data properly. Organisations face many challenges, from ransomware and other cyberattacks to stringent regulatory requirements, IT constraints, tight budgets, and tough economic conditions. To solve these challenges, companies need to take advantage of technology that is best suited to their specific requirements.

“Customers each have unique needs but a common goal - securing and gaining insight from their data. They trust Cohesity, in part, because we strive to offer the largest ecosystem with the most choices to suit their preferences,” said John Davidson, group vice president, Americas Sales, Cohesity. “By supporting AMD EPYC CPU-powered servers, we’re opening up new options for our customers to customise and modernise their data centre, increasing performance and delivering energy, space, and cost savings so they can execute their data security and management strategy on their preferred hardware configurations.”

All-flash servers have become an increasingly popular choice for organisations with high-demand applications and workloads, stringent power budgets for their data centres, or increasing storage capacity requirements and little physical space within their data centre. Leveraging the performance, cost efficiency, and energy efficiency of AMD EPYC CPUs, Cohesity now delivers compelling AMD-powered all-flash servers from HPE to modernise customer data centres and meet the requirements of green initiatives through the greater density, performance, and cost savings all-flash servers provide over traditional servers. Single-socket 1U HPE servers based on AMD EPYC can reduce the number of required nodes and power costs by up to 33% when compared with dual-socket 2U servers based on other CPUs. Additionally, through HPE’s Secure Supply Chain, Cohesity’s software is preloaded at the factory, reducing deployment and increasing the security of the overall solution. 

“Businesses increasingly demand more from their data centres to meet their business needs —more performance, more energy efficiency, more cost savings,” said Kumaran Siva, corporate vice president, Strategic Market Development, AMD. “AMD is uniquely positioned to help meet the demands of the modern data centre while enabling technology partners, like Cohesity, to deliver business critical applications like their AI-powered data security and management capabilities.”

Cohesity’s AI-powered data security and management capabilities are now generally available on AMD-powered all-flash servers from HPE and hybrid servers from Dell and Lenovo.

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