TYAN Exhibits HPC Optimized Server Platforms Featuring Intel Xeon Processor E7-4800 v3 and E5-2600 v3 at SC15

November 16, 2015

TAIPEI, Taiwan, Nov. 16 — TYAN, an industry-leading server platform design manufacturer and subsidiary of MITAC Computing Technology Corporation, highlights multiple HPC (High Performance Computing) optimized 1U/2U/4U server platforms supporting the latest Intel Xeon processor E7-4800 v3 and E5-2600 v3 product families this week at SC’15 in Austin, US. Heading TYAN’s latest offerings for HPC community is the 4-socket FT76-B7922 platform, which supports 4x Intel Xeon E7-8800/ -4800 v3 processors, 96x DDR4 DIMM slots, up to 4x Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, and 8x 2.5” SAS 12Gb/s HDDs or SSDs in a 4U chassis. Featuring 4x Intel Xeon E7 processor and 4x Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors, TYAN’s FT76-B7922 provides a heterogeneous environment for variety of HPC applications that need both CPU and coprocessor’s computing capability.

TYAN’s exhibit also highlights its high density coprocessor server product line-ups, which include the 4U/8-coprocessor platform FT77C-B7079 (B7079F77CV10HR-2T-X, B7079F77CV10HR-X), 2U/4-coprocessor platform TA80-B7071 (B7071T80V8HR-X), and 1U/3-coprocessor platform GA80-B7081 (B7081G80V4HR-2T-X, B7081G80V4HR-X). These high-density coprocessor platforms all support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors and are suitable for large-scale production deployment (FT77C-B7079; TA80-B7071) and application development (GA80-B7081) in the HPC community.

Additionally, exhibits will showcase several Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 based server/storage platforms for SMB and mega data centers. For the SMB segment, TYAN’s GN70-B7086, GT62B-B7076, GT24B-B7076, and GT56-B7086 provide mainstream dual-socket server features. The TN70J-E3250 JBOD provides a cost-effective storage expansion solution. For large-scale data center segment, TYAN’s GT86A-B7083 1U server supports up to 12x 3.5” SATA 6Gb/s HDD/SSD for Cassandra/ Hadoop deployment. The GF83-B7074 1U server supports up to 8x 2.5” NVMe for low-latency cache services. The FT86-B7086 4U storage server supports up to 72x hot-swap 3.5” HDD/SSD and 2x hot-swap 2.5” HDDs/SSDs for large-scale data storage capacity. Both the GF83-B7074 and the FT86-B7086 are front I/O architected.

TYAN Product Exhibits at SC15

HPC and Storage Applications:

4U/4-Coprocessor/GPGPU FT76-B7922 – Support up to 4x Intel Xeon E7-8800/ E7-4800 v3 (Haswell-EX) processors, 4x Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor module, 96x DDR4 DIMM slots, 2x PCI-E x8 hot-swap slots, 8x 2.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, dual-port 10GbE LOM, and (3+1) 4,800W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Platinum rated.

4U/8-Coprocessor/GPGPU FT77C-B7079 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 8x Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor module, 24x DDR4 DIMM slots, 1x PCI-E x8 mezzanine slot for high-speed I/O option, 10x 3.5”/2.5” hot-swap SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, dual-port 10GbE/GbE LOM, and (2+1) 3,200W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Platinum rated.

2U/4-Coprocessor/GPGPU TA80-B7071 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 4x Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor module, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 1x PCI-E x8 slot for high-speed I/O option, 8x 2.5” hot-swap SAS or SATA 6Gb/s plus 2x 2.5” internal SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, dual-port 10GbE/GbE LOM, and (1+1) 1,600W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Platinum rated.

1U/3-Coprocessor/GPGPU GA80-B7081 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 3x Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor module, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 1x PCI-E x8 slot for high-speed I/O option, 4x 2.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, dual-port 10GbE/GbE LOM, and (1+1) 1,600W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Platinum rated.

SMB and Datacenter/ Cloud Applications:

2U Server GN70-B7086 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 6x standard PCI-E x8 plus the other 2x mezzanine slots for various networking and storage I/O options, 8x 3.5”/2.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, 3x GbE LOM, and (1+1) 770W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Gold rated.

1U Storage Server GT62B-B7076 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 2x standard PCI-E x8 plus the other 2x mezzanine slots for various networking and storage I/O options, 6x 2.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs plus 4x 2.5” hot-swap NVMe, 2x GbE LOM, and (1+1) 650W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Platinum rated.

1U Server GT24B-B7076 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 2x standard PCI-E x8 plus the other 2x mezzanine slots for various networking and storage I/O options, 4x 3.5”/2.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, 2x GbE LOM, and (1+1) 450W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Gold rated.

1U Short-Depth Storage Server GT56-B7086 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 2x standard PCI-E x8 plus the other 2x mezzanine slots for various networking and storage I/O options, 10x 2.5” hot-swap SAS 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, 3x GbE LOM, and (1+1) 500W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Gold rated.

2U JBOD TN70J-E3250 – Enterprise-class 2U JBOD platform with single SAS 12Gb/s expansion controller, support up to 12x 3.5″/ 2.5″ hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, staggered spin-up, 3x external SAS I/O ports, and (1+1) 450W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Gold rated.

1U CSP Server GT86A-87083 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 1x mezzanine slot for various networking I/O options, 12x 3.5” internal SATA 6Gb/s plus 1x 2.5” internal SATA 6Gb/s boot device, 1x GbE LOM, and 500W single power supply with 80-Plus Platinum rated.

1U Front I/O CSP Server GF83-B7074 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 2x standard PCI-E (x16 & x8) plus the other 2x mezzanine slots for various networking and storage I/O options, 8x 3.5” internal SATA 6Gb/s or 8x 2.5” internal NVMe, 2x GbE LOM, and 650W single power supply with 80-Plus Platinum rated.

4U Front I/O CSP Storage Server FT86-B7086 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 (Haswell-EP) processors, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 6x standard PCI-E x8 plus the other 2x mezzanine slots for various networking and storage I/O options, 72x 3.5” hot-swap SAS/SATA 6Gb/s and 2x 2.5” hot-swap SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, 3x GbE LOM, and (1+1) 1,600W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Platinum rated.

Embedded motherboards:

S5539 Server Board – Support Intel Xeon D-1500 processor, 4x DDR4 DIMM slots, up to 2x 10GbE and 2x GbE LOM, 2x standard PCI-E and the other 2x mezzanine slots for various networking and storage I/O options, and 6x SATA 6Gb/s ports in micro ATX (9.6” x 9.6”) form factor

S5542 Server Board – Support 1x Intel Xeon E3-1200 v5 with C232 PCH adopted, 4x DDR4 DIMM slots, up to 4x GbE LOM, 8x SAS 12Gb/s and 6x SATA 6Gb/s ports in ATX (12” x 9.6”) form factor 

S5542-UHE VHD Server Board – Support Intel Xeon E3-1200 v5 with C236 PCH adopted, 4x DDR4 DIMM slots, 2x GbE LOM, 8x SATA 6Gb/s ports in ATX (12” x 9.6”) form factor

S5545 Workstation Board – Support 6th Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 series processor, 4x DDR4 DIMM slots, 2x GbE LOM, 6x SATA 6Gb/s ports, 7.1 HD audio, 1x DVI-D and 2x display ports in micro ATX (9.6” x 9.6”) form factor

About TYAN

TYAN, as a leading server brand of Mitac Computing Technology Corporation under the MiTAC Group (TSE:3706), designs, manufactures and markets advanced x86 and x86-64 server/workstation board technology, platforms and server solution products. Its products are sold to OEMs, VARs, System Integrators and Resellers worldwide for a wide range of applications. TYAN enables its customers to be technology leaders by providing scalable, highly-integrated, and reliable products for a wide range of applications such as server appliances and solutions for high-performance computing and server/workstation used in markets such as CAD, DCC, E&P and HPC.

For more information, visit MiTAC’s website at http://www.mitac.com or TYAN’s website at http://www.tyan.com

Source: TYAN

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