TYAN Launches Thunder SX GT62H-B7106 Storage Server
DALLAS, Texas, Nov. 13, 2018 -- TYAN, an industry-leading server platform design manufacturer and a subsidiary of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation, today introduced the Thunder SX GT62H-B7106, the latest addition to TYAN’s leading Intel Xeon Scalable processor-based storage product line, featuring large memory capacity and NVMe connectivity for high performance software defined storage applications at SC18 booth # 3020 in Dallas.
“New data-intensive applications, such as analytics and deep learning are changing data processing workflows. Data centers need powerful storage architectures that can extract economic value by managing massive amounts of data efficiently,” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation's TYAN Business Unit." The Thunder SX GT62H-B7106 is optimized for data center environment. The platform provides an outstanding foundation for all-flash storage by leveraging NVMe technology.”
“TYAN is delivering innovative server and storage platforms that drive the performance of the most demanding applications,” said Rahul Advani, Vice President of Marketing at Netlist. “Netlist NVMe SSDs excel in the tough workloads of enterprise and data center environments, making them a natural fit to be integrated into TYAN’s platforms which are engineered to deliver exceptional value to the market.”
The 1U Thunder SX GT62H-B7106 features dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable processors, 16 DIMM slots, two low profile PCIe x16 slots, and 10 NVMe U.2 drives. This platform can fully address the high speed storage and large memory capacity and is ideal for high-performance data access and storage. In addition, the platform is very well balanced. Each CPU socket gets its own PCIe x16 slot as well as a handful of NVMe drives – One x16 and 4 NVMe bays for CPU0, and one x16 slot and 6 NVMe bays for CPU1. This balance allows for processes running on each CPU to have direct access to high speed networking and local NVMe storage, resulting in the fastest possible access times and the lowest possible latency.