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July 10, 2014

Silicon Mechanics Adds Additional High-Density Products

July 10 — Silicon Mechanics, Inc. announces that it has expanded its high-density server family with the release of two 2U 4-node products based on Supermicro TwinPro architecture, the Rackform iServ R4420 and Rackform iServ R4422. Each node supports up to two Intel Xeon processors E5-2600v2 series, SAS3 hot-swap drives, and up to 512 GB of DDR3 RAM per node, as well as optional onboard InfiniBand or 10GbE networking.

Like all Silicon Mechanics’ high-density servers, the R4420 and R4422 are designed to deliver cost-effective, energy-efficient compute power in a small footprint. “This new generation of multi-node products offers even more options than previous products,” said Sue Lewis, Chief Marketing Officer at Silicon Mechanics. “For customers who need the increased versatility, the R4420 and R4422 are a great feature-rich update to our multi-node family.”

Silicon Mechanics expects to add further high-density products to their catalog soon. Check out the newest products at http://www.siliconmechanics.com/c835/new.php, or see the whole high-density collection at http://www.siliconmechanics.com/c1258/high-density-servers.php.

About Silicon Mechanics

Silicon Mechanics, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of rackmount servers, storage, and high-performance computing clusters, with one of the industry’s most comprehensive product offerings. Working collaboratively with customers to create best-fit solutions at competitive prices, we support our products with superior warranty offerings and a team of sales and service engineers dedicated to service and solutions excellence. Based in Bothell, WA, Silicon Mechanics is an Intel Premier Provider and a Premier member of the AMD Fusion Partner Program.

Additional information about Silicon Mechanics may be found online at www.siliconmechanics.com, or by contacting info@siliconmechanics.com.

Source: Silicon Mechanics