FatTwin Free Air Cooling System Reduces Data Center Costs, Says Supermicro
Supermicro, provider of high-efficiency server technology and green computing, has released FatTwin, a new high-capacity free-air cooling system that reduces data center costs, according to the company.
Supermicro says the platform offers versatile configurations for HPC with multi-node models that support dual 135W Intel Xeon E5-2600 processors, up to 8 hot-swap 3.5″ HDDs in 1U and up to 8 GPUs in 2U. This new architecture is also designed to operate in high ambient temperatures providing greater performance while reducing cooling infrastructure costs.
“FatTwin integrates the latest CPU, GPU and storage technologies with advanced high-efficiency digital switching power supplies and free-air cooling designs for maximum performance and increased operational temperature ranges up to 47°C that eliminate costly air conditioning,” said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro.
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