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  1. #1
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    [EN] Supermicro Launches Low-Power Atom-Based Cold Storage Servers


    Supermicro’s SuperStorage servers come in standard 1RU 32-inch-deep chassis. (Image by Supermicro)

    Supermicro introduced new SuperStorage Server solutions that minimize power consumption and reduce cooling requirements by spinning down or powering off idle drives. The solutions include configurations based on the vendor’s compact low-power Intel Atom C2750-based server board for cold storage and 3.5 inch hard drives for maximum capacity. The server can also be configured with Intel Xeon E3-1200 v3 and E5-1600/2600 v2 processors for more data-intensive workloads.

    Using the Intel Atom C2000 series of processors provides a way to drive power efficiencies in the hyperscale environment of cloud data centers. Intel has positioned the 22nm Atom chip for areas such as cold storage and entry-level networking. Many hardware vendors have utilized the Intel Atom processors, typically used for cell phones, to help deliver high density and efficiency in a small footprint.

    Cold storage is low-performance storage infrastructure designed for infrequently accessed data. Facebook, for example, has built a separate small cold-storage data center on its Prineville, Oregon, campus just to store old content users look at rarely.

    “Supermicro’s new 1U storage server is exactly the best solution for today’s tiered storage architectures that need rapid access to data with minimum power consumption and heat dissipation,” said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro. “Our new system is designed to save energy while providing maximum accessibility to infrequently accessed data. With our compact Atom C2000 serverboard and Xeon UP configurations, we have achieved the perfect balance between performance, capacity and power savings for a wide range of applications while maintaining a highly scalable, cost-effective storage solution.”

    The high-density storage servers come in standard 1RU 32-inch-deep chassis and can be configured for a variety of targeted workloads, from cloud-based cold storage with drive spin-down to big data and object storage platforms, Hadoop and analytics. While highly configurable, due to their complexity they are only sold as completely assembled systems.

    Each server can support up to 48TB or 72TB across 12 hot-swappable bays. The A1SA7-2750 contains one Intel Atom with eight cores and redundant 400W power supplies, while the X9SRH-TPF has one Intel Xeon E3-1200 v3 series with six to 12 cores and redundant 600W power supplies.
    http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/a...orage-servers/

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    Não tenho certeza se é o mesmo equipamento (vide foto abaixo) mas o CEO da Online postou nessa semana que o protótipo que testaram não passou nos critérios da empresa.



    Online - Arnaud @online_fr · May 27 Prototype séduisant mais abandonné : n'a pas passé nos tests qualité ...

    Jérémy Galland ‏@GallandJe May 27
    @online_fr c'est quoi cet ovni ? Oo

    Online - Arnaud ‏@online_fr May 27
    @GallandJe Un serveur de stockage ... mais pas assez fiable selon nos critères



    Pixel ‏@Pixel__Art May 27 @online_fr Quels sont vos critères aussi ?

    Online - Arnaud ‏@online_fr May 27
    @Pixel__Art Fiabilité (l'alim est vraiment limite), refroidissement, vibrations des disques, stabilité
    bing: Reliability (the PSU is really limit), cooling, drives vibrations, stability

    Online - Arnaud ‏@online_fr May 27
    @Pixel__Art c'est surtout qu'à 33-34°C et en dessous de 10%RH, la machine dit aurevoir, pas acceptable

    Pixel ‏@Pixel__Art May 27
    @online_fr dit donc, strictes vos critères ! (Ce qui garantit un faible taux de panne/SAV j'imagine)

    Online - Arnaud ‏@online_fr May 27
    @Pixel__Art On préfère payer plus cher et rester sur nos taux habituels plutôt que de faire des compromis sur le dos de votre business
    bing: We prefer to pay more and stay on our usual rates rather than compromise on the back of your business

    Online - Arnaud ‏@online_fr May 27 @hawkeyeTF870 notre déontologie : aucune concession avec le business de nos clients ...
    bing: our ethics: no grant with the business of our customers...


    Leslie-Alex. DENIS ‏@p0neyto May 27
    @online_fr 12 trays 3'5 en 1U c'est beau, mais la mono alim pas terrible

    Online - Arnaud ‏@online_fr May 27
    @p0neyto Pas que ...
    Última edição por 5ms; 30-05-2014 às 19:37.

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    PR Supermicro® Introduces 1U 32" 12x 3.5" HDD (10W~120W Processor) Storage Solutions



    Standard Rack Form Factor and Tool-less Design Enables Easy Deployment and Serviceability

    SAN JOSE, Calif., May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage technology and green computing brings to market a new, compact, cost-effective storage solution with its new SSG-5018A-A(R/S)12L SuperStorage Server. This specialized storage server minimizes power consumption and reduces cooling requirements by spinning down or powering off idle drives and managing data streams via Supermicro's compact, low-power Intel® Atom™ C2750 based serverboard for cold storage. For more data intensive applications, configurations are available with the Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 v3 and E5-1600/2600 v2 processors. The complete solution is ready to deploy in a compact 1U 32" chassis supporting up to 48TB/72TB of 3.5" HDD storage. Flexible networking options are available with 2x 1GbE ports or 10GBase-T, SFP+ ports. In addition, the system is powered by redundant 400W/600W high efficiency power supplies for maximum fault resiliency.

    "Supermicro's new 1U storage server is exactly the best solution for today's tiered storage architectures that need rapid access to data with minimum power consumption and heat dissipation," said Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro. "Our new system is designed to save energy while providing maximum accessibility to infrequently accessed data. With our compact Atom C2000 serverboard and Xeon UP configurations, we have achieved the perfect balance between performance, capacity and power savings for a wide range of applications while maintaining a highly scalable, cost-effective storage solution."

    Storage Optimized Building Block Solutions

    Cloud-based Cold Storage with Drive Spin Down

    • A1SA7-2550, 1x Intel® Atom™ (4-cores), up to 64GB, 12x 3.5" HDDs, 1GbE, redundant 400W power supplies


    Online, Low-Tier, Scale-Out Storage (SSG-5018A-AR12L)

    • A1SA7-2750, 1x Intel® Atom™ (8-cores), up to 64GB, 12x 3.5" HDDs, 10GbE add-on-card, redundant 400W power supplies


    Data Platform or Data Lake for Analytics, Scale-Out, Object Storage Platform in Cloud Environments

    • X10SL7, 1x Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 v3 series (4-cores), up to 32GB, 12x 3.5" HDDs, 10GbE add-on-card, redundant 400W power supplies


    Big Data Analytics and native Hadoop 2.0 real time applications

    • X9SRH-TPF, 1x Intel® Xeon® E5-1600/2600 v2 series (6-12 cores), up to 256GB ECC LR/RDIM or 64GB ECC UDIMM, 12x 3.5" HDDs, onboard 10GbE SFP+, redundant 600W power supplies


    For more information on Supermicro's full range of Storage solutions, visit www.supermicro.com/Storage.
    http://www.abc27.com/story/25628752/...rage-solutions
    Última edição por 5ms; 30-05-2014 às 19:56.

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    Apesar de ser uma volta a tempos passados, eu começo a acreditar em servidores apenas com SSD imersos em líquido refrigerante em datacenters.

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    Citação Postado originalmente por rubensk Ver Post
    Apesar de ser uma volta a tempos passados, eu começo a acreditar em servidores apenas com SSD imersos em líquido refrigerante em datacenters.
    Vamos chegar lá, mas no mercado atual o problema é complicado:
    http://www.eeweb.com/blog/eli_tiomki...n-ssd-products

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