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TYAN Showcases First Commercialized Power8 Based System At Openpower Summit 2015

Published: Mar 19,2015

TYAN, a server platform design manufacturer and subsidiary of MITAC Computing Technology Corporation, will demonstrate the TYAN TN71-BP012, the first commercialized POWER8 based solution during the OpenPOWER Summit 2015.

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The OpenPOWER Summit 2015 takes place March 17-19 at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California. The TYAN TN71-BP012 platform is the first commercialized OpenPOWER-based hardware system and is designed around the concept of innovation and collaboration. As the first commercialized hardware system collaborated by the OpenPOWER community, TYAN’s TN71-BP012 is an POWER8 processor-based solution that reveals the spirit of the OpenPOWER Foundation.

“TYAN aims to provide reliable, flexible and high-performance hardware platforms that help customers achieve their goals as well as drive their business,” said Albert Mu, Vice President of MITAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit.

“As a founding member, TYAN collaborates with the technical partners among the OpenPOWER ecosystem in the very beginning to develop TYAN’s POWER8 based solutions. We are honored to present the second generation of TYAN’s POWER8 based solution, the TYAN TN71-BP012 (project name: Habanero). The TYAN TN71-BP012 is based on the POWER 8 Architecture and provides tremendous memory capacity as well as outstanding performance that fits in datacenter, big data or HPC.”

"TYAN's introduction of the world's first non-IBM branded OpenPOWER commercial server, designed and manufactured outside of IBM, is a significant moment for the OpenPOWER Foundation," said Brad McCredie, President of the OpenPOWER Foundation and IBM Fellow. "This server provides a compelling high-performance, cost-effective hardware alternative for hyperscale data centers around the world."

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