Fujitsu launches Xeon E-2200 chip powered servers
With this innovation, the company renews its Primergy server portfolio to optimize performance and meet user requirements
The Fujitsu technology company announced the renewal of its server portfolio to adapt to new technological and environmental requirements. This Tuesday, it placed on the market the new Primergy input range servers powered by the Xeon E-2200 chips.
This initiative to renew the company includes the incorporation of Intel Xeon E-2200 processors, as well as support to reach up to 128 GB of memory.
According to the release statement, Fujitsu’s update strategy “allows the workload performance of small and medium-sized businesses to be improved, as a local alternative to the cloud for tasks such as feeding shared databases.”
The three recently launched devices are the ultra-compact Primergy TX1320 M4, which consists of a very quiet mono-socket server and Fujitsu Cool-safe thermal design, with wide use in a variety of ambient temperatures. It is followed by the Primergy TX1330 M4, with memory capacity and expandable disk. Finally, the third team is the Primergy RX1330 M4, rack-mounted to adapt to future growth.
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