AMD expands its EPYC portfolio with new 4004 series processors

The new processor series provides optimized performance at an affordable price, ideal for the small and medium business and dedicated hosting market.

AMD announced the availability of the 4004 EPYC Series processors, which complement the AMD EPYC server CPU portfolio with new optimized offerings, providing business features and leadership performance for small and medium-sized enterprises and hosted IT service providers.

“We recommend our 9000 series processors for customers looking to improve their performance, the 8000 series for those focused on smart edge, and the 7000 series for the mainstream. But the 4000 series is aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises, where the purchase price is a key factor, but also good performance and ease of use,” explained Greg Gibby, Mr. Product Manager, Data Center Products at AMD.

AMD EPYC 4004 Series CPUs provide the price conscious buyer with enterprise performance, reliability, scalability, and modern security features powered by the “Zen 4” architecture. AMD EPYC 4004 delivers a 1.8x increase in performance per CPU dollar.

“Historically, many small and medium-sized enterprises have had to commit to their IT solutions by using hardware that does not fully meet their needs,” said John Morris, corporate vice president of Enterprise and HPC Business Group, AMD. “Based on the same technologies that power the world’s most demanding data centers, AMD’s EPYC 4004 Series processors are offered at an optimized cost of acquisition for small and medium business customers looking to drive better business outcomes business”.

A Reliable Choice for Business Growth

AMD EPYC 4004 Series processors are designed to deliver general-purpose computing in a single-socket package, allowing for rack configurations, CPU Multiple nodes and high-performance towers where system cost and other infrastructure limitations are critical considerations.

“The new AMD Epyc 4004 processors will help us to penetrate the dedicated hosting and small and medium business markets much more effectively”

-Greg Gibby

“As part of our ongoing collaboration, Lenovo is excited to see AMD introduce new EPYC 4004 CPUs that help address new market opportunities. The AMD EPYC Processor Roadmap Expansion Addresses a Larger Market Segment with Affordable, High-Performance Capabilities of the New Processor”, said Kamran Amini, vice president and general manager of defined server, storage and software solutions at Lenovo. “With the introduction of the AMD EPYC 4004 series CPUs, AMD is helping to meet the needs of server customers across the spectrum, providing price-for-performance value for growing businesses along with reliable and secure efficiency, infrastructure.”

Michael McNerney, SVP Marketing and Network Security, Supermicro, commented: “Supermicro’s 3U MicroCloud multimode server and 1U family of servers, 2U Mainstream powered by AMD EPYC 4004 series CPUs, deliver increased workload performance for customers looking for cost-effective and easy-to-deploy solutions. Together, we’re expanding access to businesses looking to optimize their content hosting and delivery, cloud workloads, and more.”

AMD EPYC 4004 CPU-powered servers offer a balance of performance, scalability and affordability. With a wide variety of widely deployed enterprise solutions, AMD EPYC 4004 Series CPUs are supported by leading partners such as Altos, ASRock Rack, Gigabyte, Lenovo, MSI, New Egg, OVHcloud, Supermicro and Tyan.