ASA Computers, Inc. Announces Support for Next-Generation AMD Opteron™ Processors in New Product Line
New Servers to Deliver Outstanding Performance-Per-Watt and Seamless Upgradeability
San Jose, Calif. --
ASA Computers, Inc., a customized server integrator, today announced that its new line of servers will support the Next-Generation AMD Opteron™ processor. Leveraging AMD64 technology with features like low-power/high-bandwidth DDR2 memory, support for AMD Virtualization™, and quad-core ready Socket F (1207), ASA’s new server line will offer enhanced business capabilities with planned seamless quad-core upgradeability for low total cost of ownership (TCO) benefits.
The Next-Generation AMD Opteron processor will define a new standard in performance-per-watt with energy-efficient DDR2 memory and leading-edge AMD PowerNow!™ technology capabilities. In 2007, AMD plans to offer quad-core AMD Opteron processors in the same DDR2-based platforms at the same power efficiency.
“Selecting the right hardware and software is complex; the wrong choice can be quite expensive. That is why our customers come to us for help in choosing the right components for their web, mail, storage, or general purpose servers,” said Arvind Bhargava, CEO, ASA Computers. “It’s comforting to know that the innovative engineering of ASA Computers matched with the exceptional performance-per-watt and computing capabilities of the Next-Generation AMD Opteron processor will deliver scalable solutions for our customers now and in the future.”
With hardware-enabled virtualization solutions using AMD Virtualization, customers of ASA’s new server line can experience improved business functionality in their compute-intensive environments. , Next-Generation AMD Opteron processors with AMD’s innovative Direct Connect Architecture, DDR2 memory capabilities and AMD Virtualization™ are designed to offer seamless upgradeability from Dual-Core to Quad-Core while maintaining the same thermal infrastructure and helping leverage existing investments.
“Through our collaboration with ASA Computers, AMD is able to advance our commitment to developing technologies that address customers’ long-term needs,” said Pat Patla, Director, Server/Workstation Marketing, AMD (NYSE: AMD). “With Next-Generation AMD Opteron processors powering their new servers, ASA customers can expect a stable, long-term computing solution with exceptional performance and excellent performance-per-watt.”
Next-Generation AMD Opteron processors are designed to reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) with planned seamless dual-core to quad-core upgradeability in the same thermal design power envelope, helping to improve memory RAS and to reduce platform costs with DDR2 DIMM memory technology.
As a leading provider of customized servers, ASA Computers is committed to providing its customers powerful and reliable servers based on Next-Generation AMD Opteron processors for Socket F (1207). ASA Computers has been working closely with AMD and various motherboard manufacturers to ship Next-Generation AMD Opteron processor-based servers by the end of 2006.
About ASA Computers, Inc.
Since 1989, ASA Computers Inc has been assisting individuals, companies, and organizations with their computing and networking requirements. Through various iterations of hardware and software flavors, we have been partnering with our clients in keeping their computing environment current in a cost-effective manner. ASA Computers now provides full solutions including 'ISP packages', servers for '.com' Companies, computing environments for schools and research organizations, RAID and NAS set-ups, network installation, help-desk support, and much more. ASA Computers is also famous for customized servers
to full-fill any particular application. ASA Computers offers FREE on-site support for local start-up companies. It also provides approved EVAL server for 10 days. To learn more about ASA Computers, Inc. please visit www.asacomputers.com
or call 1-800-REAL-PCS.
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