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Huawei FusionServer X6800 Data Center

Huawei, a global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, has announced US availability of its FusionServer X6800 data centre server and a liquid cooled version of its FusionServer E9000 blade server at Supercomputing 2014 (SC14).

‘Historically, the main challenges of HPC have been computational performance, memory and storage improvement, simplified installation and deployment,’ said Jun Xu, Vice President of Marketing for Huawei Enterprise USA. ‘At SC14 we will be showcasing products that help solve these challenges and meet the requirements of intelligent system management and green energy efficiency for mission-critical applications such as databases, virtualisation, business intelligence (BI), and HPC.’

This X6800 provides a broad portfolio of server nodes to flexibly meet elastic configuration requirements of differentiated services for computing, storage, and I/O resources. It also supports simplified system management and efficient operation and maintenance (O&M). The X6800 is designed specifically for a wide variety of service applications such as - cloud computing, big data, and HPC applications.

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