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Les modèles TwinPro™/TwinPro²™ 2U de Supermicro® offrent des performances réseau et d'E/S supérieures grâce à SAS3 12Gbs, NVMe, 10GbE/40GbE et InfiniBand FDR 56Gbs

-- Les premiers serveurs SSD PCI-E, SAS3 12Gbs du secteur offrent une meilleure performance par watt grâce à une nouvelle technologie économe en énergie

SAN JOSE, Californie, 10 janvier 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ : SMCI), un leader mondial des serveurs haute performance et haute efficacité, de la technologie de stockage et de l'informatique écologique, tire profit de son architecture Twin primée pour proposer les nouveaux TwinPro™ et TwinPro²™ 2U. Ces serveurs à l'architecture Twin 2U de nouvelle génération sont disponibles avec des configurations 2 nœuds (TwinPro) et 4 nœuds (TwinPro²) optimisées pour les applications de centres de données haute densité haut de gamme, d'informatique en nuage, d'entreprise, de calcul haute performance et de mégadonnées. Les serveurs de la série TwinPro bénéficient de performances améliorées grâce aux contrôleurs LSI SAS 3.0 12Gbs 3108/3008 permettant d'optimiser les E/S de stockage, NVM Express (NVMe) pour une performance SSD PCI-E sûre et accélérée et des options avec adaptateur 10GbE ou InfiniBand FDR 56Gbs/QDR 40Gbs embarqué pour une bande passante réseau maximale. Les fonctionnalités supplémentaires des serveurs TwinPro incluent la prise en charge de deux processeurs Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v2 (TDP jusqu'à 130 W), une capacité mémoire supérieure avec mémoire DDR3 ECC 1866MHz jusqu'à 1To sous la forme de 16 DIMM, des emplacements PCI-E 3.0 additionnels, jusqu'à 12 baies HDD/SSD de 2,5" (ou 6 de 3,5") échangeables à chaud par nœud et la prise en charge d'une GPU pleine longueur et double largeur (option 2x GPU SXM disponible) ou d'un coprocesseur Intel® Xeon Phi™ par nœud sur les modèles TwinPro 2U. Inhérente à l'innovante architecture Twin figure l'efficacité énergétique obtenue avec les conceptions de châssis et de carte mère optimisant les flux d'air, les ventilateurs 80 mm partagés avec contrôle intelligent de la vitesse et des alimentations à découpage numérique haute efficacité (95 %) de niveau Platinum, redondantes et échangeables à chaud (niveau Titanium >96 % en option). De plus, ces systèmes sont faciles d'entretien avec des nœuds échangeables à chaud, un câblage réduit et une gestion de serveur à distance sécurisée grâce à l'interface de gestion intelligente de matériel (IPMI). L'avantage total résultant est un coût total de possession global inférieur pour les clients cherchant le meilleur avantage concurrentiel dans le cadre d'environnements informatiques difficiles.

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« Les nouveaux TwinPro et TwinPro² 2U de Supermicro optimisent les performances et les économies d'énergie en intégrant les technologies réseau et de stockage les plus rapides disponibles à ce jour dans notre architecture Twin 2U économe en énergie et optimisant les ressources », a déclaré Charles Liang, Président et PDG de Supermicro. « Dans cette évolution de Twin, nous avons accéléré les E/S en intégrant le SAS3 12Gbs et NVM Express afin de libérer le plein potentiel de performance du stockage SSD. De plus, nous avons ajouté des options 10GbE, 40GbE et InfiniBand FDR 56Gbs afin de bénéficier d'une bande passante maximale et d'une latence la plus faible possible. En plus des avantages en termes d'économie d'énergie de notre architecture TwinPro, nous offrons à nos clients les solutions de serveur les plus économiques avec une performance maximale par watt, par dollar, par mètre carré pour les applications à forts volumes de données. »

Points forts du système TwinPro™
TwinPro™ 2U 2 nœuds
Prise en charge de 4 SSD PCI-E 2,5" sur bus NVMe, prise en charge de GPU/Intel® Xeon Phi™, alimentations redondantes 1280 W de niveau Platinum

  • SYS-2027PR (12 baies de 2,5" échangeables à chaud par nœud), SYS-6027PR (6 baies de 3,5" échangeables à chaud par nœud)
  • -DC0TR (LSI SAS3 3008 S/W RAID avec 10GBase-T)
  • -DC1FR (LSI SAS3 3108 H/W RAID avec IB FDR ou 40GbE)
  • -DC1QR (LSI SAS3 3108 H/W RAID avec IB QDR)

TwinPro²™ 2U 4 nœuds
Alimentations redondantes 2000 W de niveau Platinum

  • SYS-2027PR (6 baies de 2,5" échangeables à chaud par nœud), SYS-6027PR (3 baies de 3,5" échangeables à chaud par nœud)
  • -HC0TR (LSI SAS3 3008 S/W RAID avec 10GBase-T)
  • -HC1FR (LSI SAS3 3108 H/W RAID avec IB FDR ou 40GbE)
  • -HC1QR (LSI SAS3 3108 H/W RAID avec IB QDR)

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À propos de Super Micro Computer, Inc.

Supermicro® (NASDAQ : SMCI), société innovante de premier plan en matière de technologies de serveur haute performance et haute efficacité, est le premier fournisseur au monde de serveurs avancés Building Block Solutions® pour les centres de données, l'informatique sur le Cloud, l'informatique d'entreprise, Hadoop/Big Data, l'informatique haute performance et les systèmes embarqués. Supermicro est engagé dans la protection de l'environnement grâce à son programme « We Keep IT Green® » et fournit à ses clients les solutions les plus écologiques et les plus efficaces énergétiquement disponibles sur le marché.

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