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Wednesday, 07 March 2012 13:54

Hitachi releases Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 servers

Written by Nick Farrell



Faster, denser, and lower power


Hitachi Data Systems announced that it will expand its family of blade and rack server products for the enterprise market. The forthcoming Hitachi Compute Systems will be based on the new  Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 family.

Roberto Basilio, vice president, Infrastructure Platforms Product Management, Hitachi Data Systems said that by leveraging the new Intel Xeon processor E5 family, upcoming Hitachi Compute Systems will feature faster performance, higher density and greater energy efficiency. The servers are being designed for converged data centres. They come pre-configured and optimised for leading applications such as Microsoft Exchange 2010, SAP HANA and solutions with VMware.

He said that the Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 product family provides exceptional energy efficiency, increased security, flexible performance and the opportunity for streamlining customer’s data centres. The current range of Hitachi Compute Systems consists of two blade server product lines, Hitachi Compute Blade 2000 and Hitachi Compute Blade 320, both of which are intended for high performance, high availability applications. The portfolio also includes a family of rack-optimised servers, Hitachi Compute Rack, that are the foundation for dedicated, packaged solutions such as the company’s award-winning object store, Hitachi Content Platform (HCP).

Hitachi Compute Blade 2000 and Hitachi Compute Blade 320 feature logical partition (LPAR) technology, an embedded hardware virtualisation feature typically found only on mainframes and other high-end systems. LPAR technology improves optimisation of resources and means customers can cut overhead costs.

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