{ "PageName":"News","PageType":4,"Collections":[], "Tags":[{"Title":"AMD","Url":""},{"Title":"EPYC","Url":""},{"Title":"Server-Resources","Url":""},{"Title":"Tradeshows","Url":""},],"Menus":[ {"MenuName":"Main menu","Menus":[ {"MenuName":"Products","Url":"/collections/all","Menus":[ {"MenuName":"Server and Storage Solutions","Url":"/pages/server-and-storage-solutions","Menus":[ {"MenuName":"FlacheStreams Products: Intel Xeon Scalable Processor","Url":"/collections/flachestreams-products-intel-processor","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"FlacheStreams Products: AMD EPYC Processor","Url":"/collections/flachestreams-products-amd-epyc-processor","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"DuraStreams Products: Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor","Url":"/collections/durastreams-products-intel-xeon-scalable-processor","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"DuraStreams Products: AMD EPYC Processor","Url":"/collections/durastreams-products-amd-epyc-processor","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"ScaleStreams Products: Intel Scalable Processor","Url":"/collections/scalestreams-products-intel-scalable-processor","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"ScaleStreams Products: AMD EPYC Processor","Url":"/collections/scalestreams-high-density-servers","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"OmniStreams - General Purpose Servers","Url":"/collections/omnistreams-general-purpose-servers","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"JBODs","Url":"/collections/jbods","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"Server Storage Solutions Supported by AMD EPYC Processors","Url":"/pages/server-storage-with-amd-epyc-processor","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"Server Storage Solutions Supported By Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors","Url":"/pages/server-intel-xeon-scalable-processor","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"GPU Servers","Url":"/collections/gridstreams-high-performance-computing-server","Menus":[ {"MenuName":"GridStreams-GS206G-UN 2U AMD EPYC Server with 6 GPUs and 6 NVMe 2200W HRP","Url":"/products/gridstreams-gs206g-un-2u-amd-epyc-server-with-6-gpus-and-6-nvme-2200w-hrp","Menus":[ ]}, ]}, ]}, ]}, {"MenuName":"Solutions","Url":"/pages/solutions","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"News","Url":"/blogs/news","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"Company","Url":"/pages/company","Menus":[ {"MenuName":"About Us","Url":"/pages/company","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"Contact Us","Url":"/pages/contact-us","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"Support","Url":"/pages/support","Menus":[ ]}, ]}, {"MenuName":"Partners","Url":"/pages/partners","Menus":[ ]}, {"MenuName":"Where To Buy","Url":"/pages/where-to-buy","Menus":[ ]}, ]}]}

EchoStreams Announces GridStreams High-Performance Computing Server Leveraging Combined Power of AMD Radeon and AMD EPYC Processors

TAIPEI, TAIWAN — June 5, 2018 — EchoStreams, a R&D division of Premio, Inc. and an original design manufacturer (ODM) for high performance server and storage solutions, today announced plans to showcase its latest Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) powered server (GridStreams –GS206G-UN) at Computex 2018, booth # K0307a.  The solution platform from EchoStreams features a 2 Rack Unit / 6x GPU form factor that can deliver optimization workloads in half, single and double precision teraFLOPS (TFLOPS) – providing powerful performance breakthroughs for machine learning, deep learning, and ultimately Artificial Intelligence applications.

As the demand for multi-GPU compute continues to carve its place in the high performance computing (HPC) market, leading ODM’s like EchoStreams focus on innovative ways to achieve critical reliability in its unique designs.

"Rather than focusing strictly on performance density like many other vendors, a key benefit to EchoStreams' GPU server is its focus on reliability,” CTO of EchoStreams, Gene Lee said.  “And since most of the deep learning algorithm occurs at the GPU’s core, it was absolutely critical we designed a GPU server that was able to deliver both performance but also sustain reliable GPU longevity; giving our customers a peace of mind.”
The EchoStreams GPU server differentiates itself from the competition by solving critical thermal issues in its unique and superior mechanical design.  By leveraging engineering techniques from aerodynamic designs, the GPU server is optimized for balanced airflow and maximum cooling, front-to-back.  The “GridStreams – GS206G-UN” achieves pure internal cooling thrust with an innovative chassis enclosure that dedicates separate intakes and exhaust channels for each individual GPU (6), allowing for a greater dispersion and dissipation of unwanted heat.


One real-world use case that shows great promise is a combination of central processing unit (CPU) and GPU acceleration in medical imaging and pattern recognition in brain scans.  EchoStreams, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) and the University of Southern California (USC) have collaborated to showcase the benefits of deep learning and machine intelligence in a medical application.

"Computational power required for processing patient data has been constantly growing with larger datasets and complex machine learning algorithms like deep neural networks," USC Research Fellow, Amir Jaberzadeh said. "It is shown that medical image computing algorithms scale very well when implemented on GPUs due to their parallel data structure.”

Together with Echostream’s 2RU / 6x GPU solution platform and AMD’s ROCm open software platform for GPU computing, USC researchers plan to publish a state-of-the-art Deep Learning algorithm for multiple sclerosis brain lesion segmentation by November 2018.
The collaboration with AMD and USC is a joint effort to bring a well-designed GPU platform to the open community, ultimately enabling greater adoption of this technology for academic and research institutions. The GridStreams GS206G-UN 2U 6x GPU server can support both the AMD Radeon Instinct™ MI25 accelerator and other Radeon™ Pro GPUs (Radeon Pro SSG & Radeon Pro Duo Graphics) with the Radeon Instinct™ MI25 compute GPU providing up to ~600 (TFLOPS) of raw GPU accelerated power for machine intelligence.

"By combining AMD EPYC™ processors and Radeon Instinct™ accelerators into unique HPC solutions, ODM partners like EchoStreams are able to leverage a robust portfolio of superior compute density and deep-learning products that are ideal for a new wave of machine intelligence technology fit for AI,” said Gregory Stoner, CTO of Machine Learning, Radeon Technologies Group, AMD. “New levels of innovation in machine learning are enabled through AMD’s introduction of