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Supermicro® 2U TwinPro™ und TwinPro²™ entfesseln volle E/A- und Netzwerkleistung mit 12Gbs SAS3, NVMe, 10GbE/40GbE und 56Gbs FDR InfiniBand

-- Branchenweit erste 12Gbs-SAS3-Server mit PCI-E-SSD-Unterstützung bieten dank neuer Stromspartechnologie die höchste Leistung pro Watt

SAN JOSE, Kalifornien, 10. Januar 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), in den Bereichen hochleistungsfähige und hocheffiziente Server- und Speichertechnologie sowie Green Computing weltweit führend, baut seine preisgekrönte Twin-Architektur mit neuen 2U-TwinPro™- und TwinPro²™-Modellen weiter aus. Die auf der 2U-Twin-Architektur beruhenden Server der nächsten Generation sind in 2-Node- (TwinPro) und 4-Node-Konfiguration (TwinPro²) erhältlich und für Rechenzentren der Oberklasse mit hoher Rechnerdichte sowie Cloud Computing, Unternehmen, HPC und Big-Data-Anwendungen optimiert. Die Server der TwinPro-Reihe sind dank ihrer 12Gbs-SAS-3.0-Controller des Typs LSI 3108/3008 jetzt noch leistungsstärker und bieten neben maximierter Speicher-E/A auch NVM Express (NVMe) für eine sichere, beschleunigte PCI-E-SSD-Leistung. Mit der Onboard-10GbE- oder InfiniBand-56Gbs-FDR- bzw. 40Gbs-QDR-Option garantieren sie zudem maximale Bandbreite im Netzwerk. Zu den weiteren Features der TwinPro-Server zählen Dual-Intel®-Xeon®-E5-2600-v2-Prozessorunterstützung (bis zu 130 W TDP), eine erhöhte Speicherkapazität von bis zu 1 TB ECC-DDR3-1866-MHz-Speicher in 16x DIMMs, zusätzliche PCI-E-3.0-Erweiterungsslots, bis zu 12x hot-swap-fähige 2,5"- oder 6x 3,5"-Zoll-HDD/SSD-Schächte pro Node sowie die Möglichkeit, bei den 2U-TwinPro-Modellen eine GPU in voller Länge und doppelter Breite (2x SXM GPU optional erhältlich) bzw. einen Intel®-Xeon Phi™-Coprozessor pro Node zu verbauen. Wesentliches Merkmal der innovativen Twin-Architektur ist die mittels eines strömungsoptimierten Motherboard- und Gehäusedesigns erzielte Energieeffizienz. Hinzu kommen geteilte 80-mm-Lüfter mit intelligenter Geschwindigkeitssteuerung sowie redundante, hot-swap-fähige und dabei äußerst effiziente (95 %) digitale Schaltnetzteile der Platinum-Klasse (Titanium-Klasse >96 % optional erhältlich). Zudem sind die Systeme dank hot-swap-fähiger Nodes, reduzierter Verkabelung und der sicheren Server-Remoteverwaltung über IPMI auch überaus wartungsfreundlich. Kunden, die in anspruchsvollen IT-Umgebungen auf einen größtmöglichen Wettbewerbsvorteil bestehen, wird so ein äußerst vorteilhaftes Gesamtpaket geboten, das durch die niedrigsten Gesamtbetriebskosten zu überzeugen weiß.

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„Supermicros neue 2U-Server der TwinPro- und TwinPro²-Reihe bieten maximale Leistung und Energieeinsparung, da sie die schnellsten derzeit verfügbaren Speicher- und Netzwerktechnologien in unserer ressourcenoptimierten und energieeffizienten 2U-Twin-Architektur vereinen", so Charles Liang, der Präsident und CEO von Supermicro. „Bei dieser Weiterentwicklung der Twin-Architektur haben wir die E/A-Leistung durch die Integration von 12Gbs SAS3 und NVM Express weiter erhöht und können so das volle Leistungspotenzial von SSD-Speicher abrufen. Darüber hinaus sind nun auch 10GbE, 40GbE und 56Gbs FDR InfiniBand optional erhältlich, was maximale Bandbreite und niedrigste Latenzen garantiert. In Kombination mit den Vorteilen in puncto Energieeffizienz unserer TwinPro-Architektur bieten wir Kunden so die preisgünstigen Serverlösungen für datenintensive Anwendungen – inklusive maximaler Leistung pro Watt, Dollar und Quadratfuß."

Highlights des TwinPro™-Systems
2U-TwinPro™ mit 2 Nodes
NVMe mit 4x 2,5"-PCI-E-SSD-Unterstützung, GPU/Intel® Xeon Phi™-Unterstützung und redundanten 1280-Watt-Netzteilen der Platinum-Klasse

  • SYS-2027PR (12x hot-swap-fähige 2,5"-Einschubschächte je Node), SYS-6027PR (6x hot-swap-fähige 3,5"-Einschubschächte je Node)
  • -DC0TR (SAS3 LSI 3008 S/W RAID mit 10GBase-T)
  • -DC1FR (SAS3 LSI 3108 H/W RAID mit FDR IB oder 40GbE)
  • -DC1QR (SAS3 LSI 3108 H/W RAID mit QDR IB)

2U-TwinPro²™ mit 4 Nodes
Redundante 2000-Watt-Netzteile der Platinum-Klasse

  • SYS-2027PR (6x hot-swap-fähige 2,5"-Einschubschächte je Node), SYS-6027PR (3x hot-swap-fähige 3,5"-Einschubschächte je Node)
  • -HC0TR (SAS3 LSI 3008 S/W RAID mit 10GBase-T)
  • -HC1FR (SAS3 LSI 3108 H/W RAID mit FDR IB oder 40GbE)
  • -HC1QR (SAS3 LSI 3108 H/W RAID mit QDR IB)

Besuchen Sie www.supermicro.com/2UTwinPro für weitere TwinPro™-Modelle.

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Supermicro® (NASDAQ: SMCI), der führende Wegbereiter im Bereich hochleistungsfähiger und hocheffizienter Servertechnologie, zählt zu den führenden Anbietern fortschrittlicher Server-Building Block Solutions® für Rechenzentren, Cloud Computing, die Unternehmens-IT, Hadoop/Big Data, HPC sowie eingebettete Systeme weltweit. Im Rahmen der „We Keep IT Green®"-Initiative setzt sich Supermicro engagiert für den Umweltschutz ein und bietet Kunden die energieeffizientesten und umweltfreundlichsten Lösungen am Markt.

Supermicro, TwinPro, TwinPro², Building Block Solutions und We Keep IT Green sind Marken und/oder eingetragene Marken von Super Micro Computer, Inc.

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