By DE Editors
Super Micro Computer, Inc.has announced a new addition to their Embedded Server Building Block Solutions. This new generation of product is optimized with the Intel 2nd generation Core product family and Intel QM67 Express Chipsets.
Supermicro’s X9 embedded solution delivers 25% higher performance (four cores and eight threads per node), according to the company, while lowering power consumption over the previous generation. It provides PCI-E 2.0 x16 support and power savings capabilities as well as remote management, security and a DC power option. The company says it offers high CPU and graphics performance in a Mini-ITX form factor, making it suited for embedded applications.
“At Supermicro, we continuously innovate alongside advancing CPU and chipset technologies,” says Wally Liaw, Supermicro’s vice president of International Sales. “Our embedded customers benefit from our higher-efficiency, higher-performance mobile processor-based solutions in the latest compact form factors while further reducing their overall TCO.”
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.