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Supporting AMD Opteron 2000 series processors, Altus 1600 and 2600 Linux servers are based on AMD64 technology and have form factor of 1U and 2U, respectively. Features include SATA, SCSI, and SAS storage options, and slots for PCI Express serial I/O technology to accommodate cluster fabrics and enterprise-class storage adapters. Incorporating up to 24 GB of DDR2 memory, servers provide 2 x 1 MB level 2 cache memory and HyperTransport bus for data transfer.
Servers Increase Productivity and Efficiency for High-Performance Computing and Web Infrastructure
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 15 // -- Penguin Computing, an AMD Platinum Solution Provider, today announced its new Altus 1600 and 2600 servers with up to two of the Next-Generation AMD Opteron(TM) processors. Supporting Next- Generation AMD Opteron 2000 Series processors, the new line of Altus Linux servers provides even greater efficiency and compute power and faster memory than ever before on an AMD processor-based platform. The Altus family gives both high performance computing (HPC) and enterprise customers increased productivity and lower total cost of ownership even for the most compute- intensive applications.
"As customers are increasingly under pressure to do more with less, server technology that combines the latest AMD performance and …