Fujitsu America has announced its new generation of dual- and quad-socket Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY and octo-socket PRIMEQUEST business critical server systems designed for Intel Xeon Scalable processors. The vendor’s flagship Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY CX400 M4 multi-node server would combine the density of blade-like servers with the simplicity of rack-based systems.
With its latest server models, Fujitsu offers a full set of workload-optimized servers that would make a good foundation for building secured, agile, multi-cloud data centers. Fujitsu’s latest server innovations are spearheaded by the multi-node Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY CX400 M4, which offers workload-specific computing power in a compact and modular form factor.
“Digital transformation is impacting how CIOs approach their traditional compute requirements in the datacenter and is forcing a rethink on how to address the challenging new demands around computing performance, scalability, and operational efficiency,” said Alex Lam, Vice President and Head of the North America Global Product Strategy Office, Fujitsu Technology and Business of America. “To meet the challenge of today’s digital transformation, Fujitsu has developed its new PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST system line-ups to address the wide range of needs of today’s customers, be it in the traditional data center to the cloud, and to even new compute use cases being driven by new technology development in the areas of IoT, AI, and high-performance computing (HPC).”
The PRIMERGY CX400 M4 server model would combine the density and efficiency of blade-like servers with “the simplicity and cost efficiency” of rack-based systems, and present a versatile and future-oriented platform for building integrated systems and software-defined technologies. It would be ideal for modular and density-optimized server infrastructures in virtual environments, for high-performance computing, cloud and hyper-converged network and storage environments.
Featuring the new Intel Xeon Scalable processors, the entire new generation of Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY and PRIMEQUEST Business model server systems are designed for workload-specific performance and hardware-enhanced security. Built for trusted data service delivery, the new models would represent significant leaps in I/O, memory, storage and network technologies.
On top of their performance and efficiency achievements, Fujitsu’s “next-generation” servers are optimized with “a rich feature set” to suit the broadest range of application scenarios across a range of industries, including core and business-critical digital business processes and databases, hyper-converged systems, cloud and virtual environments, and data-rich applications such as real-time big data analytics, virtual reality and artificial intelligence.