Supermicro Releases Low Voltage Dual-Core Xeon Server Solution
Supermicro announces the availability of its new low-voltage Intel Xeon processor based Server solutions. The X6DLP-4G2/ X6DLP-EG2 serverboards are multi-core enterprise platforms that support the new dual-core Intel Xeon processors LV, utilizing only a 31W processor power envelope enabling the system to run efficiently on minimal cooling and while generating low heat and low fan noise.
The new dual-core Intel Xeon processor LV, codenamed "Sossaman," is designed on Intel's 65-nanometer technology manufacturing process. The brand new 32-bit dual-core Intel Xeon LV processor with 2MB of L2 cache running at 2 GHz is based on the existing Pentium M architecture and offered power-saving features with Demand Based Switching, and Enhanced Speedstep Technology (EIST).
Power-designed for the new dual-core Intel Xeon Processor LV with 2M L2 cache and power-saving features, the SUPER X6DLP-4G2 and SUPER X6DLP-EG2 serverboards deliver improved multi-tasking performance without high power consumption. Based on the E7520 (Lindenhurst) chipset, both boards leverage up to 16GB of ECC Reg. DDRII memory and support both PCI-X or and PCI-Express cards via universal expansion slots, while the onboard PCI-Express gigabit LAN offers maximum I/O throughput and networking connectivity.
Supermicro also makes available a lineup of compatible chassis products, namely SC811LF-260, SC813MS-300C, and SC512LF-260. These chassis feature exceptionally designed low-speed, energy-saving low noise fans.
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