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Fujitsu unveils new mono-socket servers

Dubai, January 11, 2010

Fujitsu has launched its new generation mono-socket Primergy rack and tower servers which represent a leap in technical innovation and promise to deliver excellent customer value and versatility.

The new Fujitsu mono-socket server family features fully-revised architecture based on the latest Intel processors, and complements dual-socket servers introduced late in 2009.

This new generation of entry-level servers is specially designed to take advantage of the very latest Intel Xeon processor 3400 series, as well as the dual-core 32nm processors previously code-named ‘Clarkdale.’ These include the Intel Pentium processor G6950, and Intel CoreTM i3-530 and 540 models.

Both the Primergy TX150 S7 and the Primergy RX100 S6 are based on industry standard architectures, and offer an easily expanded, multi-usage server solution for customers looking to cost-effectively optimise IT infrastructures and improve operational efficiency, said a spokesperson.

“Our flexible new generation Primergy servers deliver state-of-the-art server technology at very affordable prices, providing price-conscious customers with high-end performance, coupled with versatility and reliability,” stated Jens-Peter Seick, vice-president, x86 Server Business at Fujitsu Technology Solutions.-TradeArabia News Service

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