TYAN Showcases HPC, Storage and Cloud Server Platforms Featuring Intel Xeon Scalable Processors at SC18

November 9, 2018

DALLAS, Texas, Nov. 9, 2018 — TYAN, an industry-leading server platform design manufacturer and a subsidiary of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation, will be exhibiting a full line of HPC, storage and cloud computing server platforms that are optimized for HPC, Artificial Intelligence and Datacenter markets at SC18 from November 12th – 15th, Booth # 3020 in Dallas’s Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.

“Customers in the datacenter to the enterprise are facing the challenge to get more value out of enormous amounts of data. The demand is pushing to move data faster, store data more and analyze data accurately,” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit. “TYAN’s leading portfolio of HPC, storage and cloud server platforms are based on the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors and are designed to help our customers move, store and process massive amounts of data efficiently.”

Intel Xeon Scalable Processors Power TYAN HPC and AI Platforms

For high performance computing applications, TYAN’s Thunder HX TA88-B7107, Thunder HX FA77-B7119 and Thunder HX GA88-B5631 are optimized for machine learning and artificial intelligence applications. The 2U TA88-B7107 features dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors and is able to accommodate up to eight high performance GPU accelerator cards with NVLink technology. With four PCIe x16 slots available for high-speed networking and 24 DIMM slots supporting up to 3TB of system RAM, the TA88-B7107 is the highest performance HPC server option available. The 4U FA77-B7119 supports dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors, 24 DIMM slots and 11 PCIe x16 (or 21 PCIe x8) slots. The GA88-B5631 is a 1U server with 12 DIMM slots, 5 PCIe x16 slots, and a single Intel Xeon Scalable processor, which is among the industry’s highest density HPC servers available on the market.

The Thunder HX FT77D-B7109 adds support for Intel Xeon Scalable processors with integrated Intel Omni-Path 100 gigabit networking fabric that can reach a total of 200Gb/s fabric connectivity. The platform is equipped with a 9th PCIe x16 slot for high speed 100 Gigabit EDR Infiniband or NVME deployment and an internal PCIe x8 storage mezzanine slot for SAS IOC or SAS RAID, that specializes in massively parallel workloads including scientific computing, genetic sequencing, oil & gas discovery, large scale facial recognition, and cryptography.

TYAN’s Thunder HX FT48T-B7105 is a pedestal workstation platform with dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors and supports for up to 5 high performance workstation graphic cards. This high-end workstation gives maximum I/O to professional power users, and is aimed at 3D rendering and image processing.

Empower High-Performance and Energy-Efficient Infrastructure for Datacenters and Enterprises

TYAN’s cloud computing and storage platforms span a wide range of hardware specifications ranging from massive amounts of data storage to high performance computing. The Thunder SX FA100-B7118 is TYAN’s flagship storage server supporting dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors and 100 3.5” drives in a 4U rackmount form factor. The platform is designed for both cold storage and large-scale object storage applications such as Lustre.

TYAN’s Thunder SX TN76-B7102 is a 2U dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable processor-based storage platform. With support for up to 24 DDR4 DIMM slots and maximum expansion up to 8 standard PCIe slots, the TN76-B7102 can fully address the high memory capacity required by data virtualization and in-memory databases.

For the high-performance storage segment, the Thunder SX GT62H-B7106 and the Thunder SX GT62F-B5630 are 1U server platforms with support for hot-swap NVMe U.2 drives. The GT62H-B7106 features dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable processors, 16 DIMM slots, two low profile PCIe x16 slots, and 10 U.2 NVMe drive bays. This platform offers maximum storage performance and large memory capacity and is ideal for edge server applications. The Thunder SX GT62F-B5630 with support for single Intel Xeon Scalable processor, 12 DIMM slots, and up to 8 hot-swap NVMe U.2 drives and 2 SATA drives makes it an ideal platform for hybrid NVMe/SATA cache storage appliances.

The Thunder SX GT86C-B5630 with support for single-socket Intel Xeon Scalable processor is a cost-effective 1U object storage platform, and is designed for distributed database applications like Ceph, Hadoop, and Apache Cassandra.

Targeting hyper-converged all-flash storage deployment, the Thunder CX TN200-B7108-X4S is a dual-socket 2U 4-node all-flash server platform with support for 24 2.5” NVMe U.2/SATA drives for instant data storage. The Thunder CX GT75B-B7012 is a 1U hybrid computing server platform supporting dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable processors, 24 DIMM slots and up to 4 hot-swap NVMe U.2 drives and 6 SATA drives. The energy-efficient platform is optimized for extreme memory capacity and virtualization workloads.

New Intel Xeon E-2100 Processor-based Server Platforms are Designed for Entry Server Applications

TYAN’s new Intel Xeon E-2100 Processor-based server boards include the Tempest CX S5550 with support for up to 4x GbE LOM in a Micro-ATX form factor, and the Tempest CX S5552 with support up to 4x GbE LOM and optional SAS 12G controller in an ATX form factor and are designed for entry server/storage applications. In addition, the Tempest EX S5555-HE with display port, DVI-D, and 7.1 channel high definition audio in a Micro-ATX form factor is ideal for embedded workstation applications.

TYAN’s Thunder CX GT24E-B5556 is a 1U single-socket Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based edge cloud server. With support for up to 4 DDR4 DIMM slots, 3 PCIe slots, and dual 10GBase-T Ethernet ports, the platform is optimized for cost-effective cloud gaming applications.

TYAN Product Exhibits @ SC’18

HPC Platforms:

  • Thunder HX FA77-B7119: 4U dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform with support for up to 24 DDR4 DIMM slots, 11 PCIe x16 slots, and 14 2.5” hot-swap SATA 6Gb/s drives, 4 of the bays support NVMe U.2 drives by option
  • Thunder HX FT77D-B7109: 4U dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform with support for up to 24 DDR4 DIMM slots, 9 PCIe x16 slots, and 14 2.5” hot-swap SATA 6Gb/s drives, 4 of the bays support NVMe U.2 drives by option
  • Thunder HX TA88-B7107: 2U dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform with support for up to eight SXM2 GPU accelerators, 24 DDR4 DIMM slots, and two 2.5″ hot-swap NVMe U.2 drives
  • Thunder HX FT48T-B7105: Pedestal dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform with support for up to 12 DDR4 DIMM slots, 6 PCIe x16 slots, and 4 or 8 3.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s drives
  • Thunder HX GA88-B5631: 1U single-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform with support for up to 12 DDR4 DIMM slot, 5 PCIe x16 slots, and 2 2.5” hot-swap SATA 6Gb/s drives

Storage and Cloud Computing Platforms:

  • Thunder SX FA100-B7118: 4U dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform supports up to 16 DDR4 DIMM slots and 100 3.5” hot-swap SATA 6Gb/s drives
  • Thunder SX TN76-B7102: 2U dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform supports up to 24 DDR4 DIMM slots and 12 3.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s drives, 4 of the bays support NVMe U.2 drives by option
  • Thunder SX GT62H-B7106: 1U dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform supports up to 16 DDR4 DIMM slots and 10 hot-swap NVMe U.2 drives
  • Thunder SX GT62F-B5630: 1U single-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform supports up to 12 DDR4 DIMM slots, 10 2.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s drives, up to 8 of the bays can support NVMe U.2 drives by option
  • Thunder SX GT86C-B5630: 1U single-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform supports up to 12 DDR4 DIMM slots and 12 3.5” easy-swap SATA 6Gb/s drives
  • Thunder CX TN200-B7108-X4S: 2U 4-node dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform. Each node supports up to 16 DDR4 DIMM slots and 6 2.5” NVMe U.2 or SATA 6Gb/s drives
  • Thunder CX TN200-B7108-X4L: 2U 4-node dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform. Each node supports up to 16 DDR4 DIMM slots and 3 3.5” SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s drives.
  • Thunder CX GT75B-B7102: 1U dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based platform supports up to 24 DDR4 DIMM slots and 10 2.5” hot-swap SAS 12Gb/s or SATA 6Gb/s drives, 4 of the bays support NVMe U.2 drives by option
  • Thunder CX GT24E-B5556: 1U single-socket Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based server platform with support for up to 4 DDR4 DIMM slots, 4 3.5” hot-swap SATA/6Gbs drives and 2 2.5” internal boot SSD

Embedded & Server Motherboards:

  • Tempest CX S7100: Dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based server board in SSI EEB (2” x 13.04”) form factor for HPC applications
  • Tempest CX S7103: Dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based server board in EATX (12″ x 13″) form factor for the cost-effective cloud computing applications
  • Tempest CX S7106: Dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based server board in EATX (12″ x 13″) form factor for cloud computing and datacenter deployment
  • Tempest SX S5630: Single-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based server board in SSI CEB (12″ x 9″) form factor for high speed networking and NVMe storage applications
  • Tempest CX S5550: Single-socket Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based server board in Micro-ATX (9.6″ x 9.6″) form factor for entry server applications
  • Tempest CX S5552: Single-socket Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based server board in ATX (12″ x 9.6″) form factor for server storage applications
  • Tempest EX S5555-HE: Single-socket Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based workstation board in Micro-ATX (9.6″ x 9.6″) form factor for embedded applications

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 HPC, hyper-scale/data center, server storage and security appliance markets. For more information, visit MiTAC’s website at http://www.mic-holdings.com or TYAN’s website at http://www.tyan.com


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