VIA Unveils Cluster Server Platform Based On Dual VIA VT310-DP Mini-ITX Mainboards
VIA Technologies today launched the VIA Cluster Server Platform, a high-density server reference design powered by the dual VIA Eden-N processor-based VIA VT310-DP Mini-ITX mainboards, at eMEX technology show in China.
The VIA Cluster Server Platform reference design comprises low profile 1U units each with two VIA VT310-DP Mini-ITX mainboards, enabling each 1U unit to operate as two individual server nodes. Utilizing the fanless 1GHz VIA Eden-N processors, the VIA Cluster Server Platform draws up to 1 kilowatt from a standard AC power outlet.
The VIA VT310-DP Mini-ITX in a 1U unit of the cluster reference design permits two 3.5" IDE/SATA hard drives to be installed with the mainboards, enabling high density local storage for applications such as data mining.
The VIA PadLock Security Engine integrated into each VIA Eden-N processor features a quantum-based random number generator and military-grade AES encryption, providing developers with the tools to secure data stored and transmitted in real-time.
The reference cluster design is available to OEMs and system integrators looking to develop affordable high density server solutions.
Source: VIA Technologies
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