AIC's server team has announced the new storage system SB302-CP2, SB401-CP2 and 402-CP2 combined with Intel EPSD server board solution to shorten the validation process, and meet strong market demand.
Designed with significant advantages to customers in performance, flexibility and reliability, SB302-CP2, SB401-CP2 and SB402-CP2, majorly focused on cloud computing market. "AIC and Intel jointly support, endorse, and recommend every unit of these Storage Server. We are ready to help customer's Cloud Architecture hardware setting. Suffice to say, speed is one of the main attributes on this cooperation. The combination can shorten product sourcing, validation and verification." said David Huang, AIC Sales Director.
SB302-CP2, SB401-CP2 and SB402-CP2 covered from 3U to 4U form factor and supported up to 144TB of storage capacity throug twelve to thirty-six 3.5" drives and two 2.5" drives with onboard flash boot support includes eUSB SSD and SATA DOM, incl. Intel Trusted Platform Module (Intel TPM) header for Intel Trusted Execution Technology (Intel TXT) support. SB302-CP2, SB401-CP2 and SB402-CP2 can reduce data lost and improve data access efficiency, offering total integration with Intel server board S2600CP2. Supported for Intel Xeon processor E5-2600/E5-2600v2 product family and sixteen memory sockets support LR/U/R-DIMMs, the latest storage server series delivered up to 512 GB memory capacity.
AIC storage server solution is ideally built to meet the needs of enterprise-level cloud storage application and various purposes. AIC storage server solution is ideally built to meet the needs of enterprise-level cloud storage application and various purposes. Incorporating with Intel Server Board, SB302-CP2, SB401-CP2 and 402-CP2 offer high versatility and expansion capacity to meet the evolving needs of vary-sized business and create a three-win situation for the booming demand of cloud architecture.
Incorporated with Intel Server Board to provide powerful and high efficiency solution for cloud related application
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