Server Management


AST2700 is ASPEED's 8th-generation server management processor and the world's first BMC SoC adopting 12nm advanced process technology. Featuring a quad-core ARM Cortex A35 64-bit processor and two independent ARM Cortex M4 processors, it significantly enhances computational performance and energy efficiency. The AST2700 series chips keep the same package size as the previous generation BMC but embrace more, superior transmission interfaces and memory technologies such as PCIe Gen4, USB 3.2, DDR5 3200, UFS, which enables AST2700 to monitor more devices and simplify customer system designs.

AST2700 also features CAN and LTPI interfaces. CAN is widely used in managing power supplies for high-power AI servers, allowing customers to improve energy efficiency through remote monitoring with BMC integration. In modular server architecture, AST2700 integrates the LTPI interface to help customers simplify DC-SCM designs and accelerate product development process.

Furthermore, AST2700 adapts "Caliptra" which is a silicon RoT IP defined by OCP, to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of critical operations of AST2700 by following open standard process.