In the past, the amount of data a datacenter could handle was determined by physical space. However, with the rapid growth in data usage demand from cloud, big data IT and new data-intensive workloads, with limitations in power, cooling and spaces, high density datacenter is how you can best utilize the resources and maximize the data capacity. High density datacenters offer greater computing performance to clients, with a much smaller footprint, delivering lower costs in data center operations, greater efficiency, and higher capacities in power, compute and virtualization applications.
K800QG4 server system is designed for high density datacenters. Supporting quad processors of latest Intel® Xeon® Scalable Family on a single node of 2U rackmount form factor with impressive scalability, K800QG4 not only delivers optimal TCO with lower OPex and CAPex for high density datacenter rack deployments, but also tremendous computing power that is critical for High Performance Computing (HPC) and advancing applications in Artificial Intelligence (AI) cluster. The series presents,
High Dense Computing Node with Great Scalability :
K800QG4 is based on quad Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors, TDP per socket up to 205W, providing high density computing power up to 112 cores and up to 24 DDR4 DIMM channels in 2U enclosure. Supported by latest Intel® technologies such as Intel® Optane™ Persistent Memory(ready with Cascade Lake platform), Intel® VROC, and boosted performance, including 1.5x memory bandwidth and 2x FLOPs capability compared with previous platform, as well as faster socket interconnection through three Intel® UPI channels that make balance between energy efficiency and throughput, K800QG4 series is ideal for High Performance Computing applications.
Furthermore, K800QG4 provides excellent scale-out and load sharing capability with up to twelve slimline x8 and three slimline x4 connectors. Together with four 2.5” SAS/SATA/NVMe drives, two onboard M.2 SATA, dual onboard 10G SFP+ NIC ports, as well as expandability from a variety of OCP 2.0 card choices and up to four standard PCIe x8 or two PCIe x16 cards, it offers a flexible high dense computing node that is applicable for deployments demanding tremendous computing power, such as AI clusters.
Optimal TCO choice with Enhanced Reliability :
When comparing 2U4P with 1U2P and 2U2P systems, in a 15kW rack, 2U4P system would deliver the same computing performance with less node deployments, and less purchasing costs. Meanwhile, if comparing power consumption per core among the three systems, 2U4P could be the most cost effective - which makes 2U4P solution the optimal TCO choice in high density datacenter deployments. To further increase reliability and reduce downtime, K800QG4 supports five hot-swappable dual rotor fans that are easily serviceable from system front, and tool-less power supplies in 1+1 redundancy at the rear.
K800QG4 optimizes your TCO, bringing the highest efficiency that your high-density datacenter needs.