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TYAN Powers AI and HPC with 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-based Server Platforms at ISC 2019

Published: Jun 17,2019

TYAN is showcasing its new 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor-based platforms that are optimized for predictive analytics, machine learning, and HPC applications at ISC 2019.

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“The most demanding workloads including HPC, AI deep learning, data analytics, and multi-cloud infrastructure require maximum performance across compute, memory, storage, and network resources, “said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation's TYAN Business Unit. “2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors provide a powerful foundation for TYAN server platforms that enables us to deliver performance enhancements across a broad variety of application scenarios.”

Powered by the newest generation of Intel Xeon Scalable processors, TYAN's Thunder HX lineup takes advantage of Intel Deep Learning Boost technology to enable faster machine learning application execution. The new Thunder HX FT83-B7119 supports 3TB of memory, 12 hot-swappable 3.5” drives in a 4U enclosure. The system is ideal for AI training and inference applications. The Thunder HX FT77D-B7109 is another 4U server system on display that supports dual 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors with integrated Intel Omni-Path 100 gigabit networking fabric that can reach a total of 200Gb/s fabric connectivity for massively parallel workloads such as scientific computing and large-scale facial recognition.

TYAN's Thunder HX FT48T-B7105 is a pedestal workstation platform with dual 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and supports for up to 5 high performance workstation graphic cards. This high-end workstation gives maximum I/O to professional power users, and is a great platform for 3D rendering and image processing.

Benefitted by Intel Optane DC persistent memory, and increased DDR4 memory speed and capacity, TYAN’s storage server platforms with the 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors are able to deliver amazing performance. The Thunder SX FA100-B7118 is TYAN's flagship storage server supporting dual 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors and 100 hot-swap 3.5" drives in a 4U rackmount form factor. The platform is designed for both cold storage and large-scale object storage applications such as Lustre. The new Thunder SX GT90-B7113 features support for dual 2nd gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, 12 hot-swap 3.5” drives mounted to a service drawer and 4 hot-swap NVMe U.2 drive bays in a 35” deep 1U chassis. The platform perfectly matches CSP server-based storage applications by allowing serviceability and density within the same server.

“Data is the currency of the new digital economy, and how effectively organizations move, store and process it will help determine their level of success,” said Jennifer Huffstetler, vice president and general manager of Datacenter Product Management and Storage at Intel. “Intel technologies like 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, Intel DL Boost and Intel Optane DC persistent memory will be key in turning raw data into actionable insights.”

TYAN's Thunder CX GT24E-B5556 is a 1U single-socket Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based server platform for CSP deployment. With support for up to 4 DDR4 DIMM slots, 1 double-width PCIe x16 slot, and dual 10GBase-T Ethernet ports, the platform is optimized for cost-effective cloud gaming applications.

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