SAN JOSE, Calif., April 6 — TYAN, an industry-leading server platform design manufacturer and subsidiary of MITAC Computing Technology Corporation, highlights the GT75-BP012, a new POWER8-based 1U server platform at TYAN’s booth (#809) during the OpenPOWER Summit 2016, Apr 5-7, at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in California, US.
TYAN GT75-BP012 (BSP012G75V4H-B4C, BSP012G75V4H-Q4T, BSP012G75V4H-Q4F) platform is a 1U POWER8-based server solution that reveals the spirit of the OpenPOWER Foundation – resources and innovation are not limited to the community but are open to the world. “By building the ppc64 architecture in the 1U single-socket system, the TYAN GT75-BP012 provides huge memory footprint as well as outstanding performance for HPC and server virtualization applications,” said Albert Mu, Vice President of MITAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit.
TYAN GT75-BP012 platform supports the maximum configuration with a single POWER8 CPU (10-core/ 80-thread), 1,024GB DDR3L memory (32x 32GB) and 64MB last-level cache. With optional 4x 10GBASE-T, 4x 1000BASE-T, or 4x 10GBASE SFP+ uplink, 1x PCI-E expansion slot, and 4x LFF drives, the TYAN OpenPOWER-based platform can offer the exceptional capability for in-memory computing in a 1U implementation.
With the new GT75-BP012 introduction to OpenPOWER platform line-up, TYAN enables to provide enterprises and data centers with a high price-performance ratio solution for data analytics and high-performance computing application deployment based on TYAN GT75-BP012(1U) and TN71-BP012(2U) platforms.
TYAN, as a leading server brand of Mitac Computing Technology Corporation under the MiTAC Group (TSE:3706), is one of the founding members of OpenPOWER Foundation and collaborates with the technical partners among the OpenPOWER ecosystem in the very beginning to develop TYAN’s POWER8 based solutions. TYAN launched the first commercialized OpenPOWER-based hardware system to market in 2015. TYAN OpenPOWER platforms enable end users to deploy software tailored to their individual requirements by supporting the open resources shared from the OpenPOWER Foundation. For more information about TYAN OpenPOWER platform, visit TYAN’s website at http://www.tyan.com/solutions/