In the first half of November 2022, AMD is the first to launch the fourth-generation EPYC processor platform. Many server manufacturers have announced the launch of models matching it. Dell is also one of them, and announced the first wave of the 16th-generation PowerEdge series: R7625, R7615, R6625, R6615, etc., and they held a press conference in Taiwan at the end of the month, and also publicly exhibited these 4 servers. Logically speaking, this time should be equivalent to announcing to the market that they will be on sale or will be on sale soon. However, The press release issued by Dell at the time announced that the launch schedule was February 2023, which was surprising.
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