This launch is expected to offer customers with relatively higher density, reliable computing power, and superior performance to support digital transformation.
With digitization being at peak today, enhanced computing power and robust processing speed serve as the need of the hour. Companies have been relentlessly making efforts for introducing novel innovations in the field so as to offer their customers a seamless computing experience on the go. In this regard, China based IT provider- Inspur has reportedly released 2 M6 series 4-socket servers supporting the Intel Optane Persistent Memory 200 Series and third generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processor.
The third gen Intel Scalable Processor supports both 4- and 8- socket servers with a single CPU capacity of upto 28 cores. This release is expected to provide customers with superior performance, higher density, and reliable computing power with an intent of supporting digital transformation.
Moreover, the new launch includes NF8260M6- a 2U 4-socket server optimized for cloud scenarios- and NF848M6- a 4U four-socket server for serving during the critical application scenarios of traditional enterprise consumers. As per reliable reports, both the servers make use of balanced topology design to ensure equal distribution of business load while working towards enhancing the overall business performance and reducing cross-CPU service processing delay.
Speaking of the individual contributions of these sockets, it has been claimed that Inspur NF8260M6 boasts of the ability to support 4 processors in a 2U space, over 112 cores, delivering higher compute density which can reduce over 50 per cent of space use, over 40 per cent of maintenance and operation cost, and about 7 per cent of power consumption, eventually cutting down the overall TCO compared to 2U 2-socket servers.
Meanwhile, as per company officials, both NF8480M6 and NF8260M6, when considering the IO expansion, can support up to 6 standard PCle slots to meet more than over 90 per cent of customer’s business needs without any additional Riser expansion. In line with this, they can also be expanded more through Riser to address distinct customer needs.