Supermicro Server Powered by AMD Ryzen CPU Gets High Marks in STAC-N1 Audit
Supermicro Server Powered by AMD Ryzen CPU Gets High Marks in STAC-N1 Audit Supermicro servers powered by AMD Ryzen processors are making waves with their super-low latency and super-high throughput. The Strategic Technology Analysis Center, or STAC, conducted a benchmark test on these servers. The test configuration included a 16-core AMD Ryzen 7950X processor and a AMD Xilinx XtremeScale adapter, among other features. STAC used its STAC-N1 benchmark, a vendor-neutral test that evaluates a network stack using a market data style workload. Once run, STAC compares the results against all publicly disclosed results of the same test. The Supermicro servers powered by AMD Ryzen processors excelled. 100,000 messages and the highest maximum throughput tested at They achieved the lowest latency for a base rate of These results highlight the power and efficiency of Supermicro servers powered by AMD Ryzen processors. For more details, check out the STAC press release and learn more about the Supermicro AS -2015A-TR for electronic trading.