EINUX SHIPS FASTEST DUAL 1U SERVER WITH AMD’S NEW ATHLON™ MP Processor 2000+
High-Density Server Maker Ships Latest 1U Rackserver with AMD Athlon™ MP Processor 2000+
(Hanover, Germany) --
At CeBit today, Einux launched the A.Serv™ A1200 MP2000+, the fastest dual processor 1U rackmount server available today utilizing AMD’s (NYSE: AMD) new AMD Athlon™ MP processors, including the AMD Athlon MP processor 2000+ announced today. The A1200 MP2000+ 1U starts at a price of $2,195 making it among the most cost-effective, high performance 1U rackservers available, combining high-speed performance with AMD reliability and technology. It extends Einux’s line of high-density server solutions offering the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO) and total cost of management (TCM) in the industry.
Designed for demanding enterprise and high performance computing environments, Einux’s A.Serv A1200 MP2000+ FlyBird 1U features AMD’s newest AMD-760 MPX chipset supporting up to 4GB of fast PC2100 Double Data Rate (DDR) memory. In addition, the A1200 MP2000+ has the option to have up to an unprecedented 4 10/100BT Ethernet Adapters plus 1000BT Gigabit Ethernet support for maximum network flexibility. As part of the Einux’s A.Serv family of high-density rackservers, the A1200 MP2000+ also features Einux’s patent-pending ServerKool™ and CPUKool™ and a unique aluminum-magnesium alloy chassis, which produces an efficient and cool operating environment for optimal server performance. The aluminum-magnesium alloy material used in the A1200 MP2000+ is a special alloy mixture, originally developed for aircraft and spacecraft, which acts as an overall heatsink, cooling not just the CPU but the entire server operating environment keeping internal ambient temperature up to 10 degrees Celsius cooler than conventional materials.
At the heart of Einux’s FlyBird 1U is AMD’s high performance AMD Athlon MP processor, featuring innovative technologies such as Smart MP technology and QuantiSpeed architecture, which allows the AMD Athlon MP processor to accomplish more work per clock cycle (IPC) when compared to other competing processors and achieve high operating frequencies. The QuantiSpeed architecture is the key element that provides the AMD Athlon MP processor with superior application performance.
“The new A.Serv A1200 MP2000+ 1U rackserver with the AMD Athlon MP processor offers the next level in high-performance computing and density. Enterprises and institutions today demand the most bang for the buck for their dollar and the A.Serv A1200 MP2000+ delivers it all in a small package,” said Rex Wong, President and CEO of Einux.
Dual AMD Athlon MP Processor, up to model number 2000+
AMD-760 MPX Chipset
Up to 4GB of PC2100 DDR Memory on three DIMM sockets
Up to 4 Hard Drives with up to 640GB of storage capacity
Ultra ATA/100 IDE Controller
Up to 4 10/100BT Ethernet Adapters
Optional 1000BT Gigabit Ethernet network interconnect
2 USB, 2 Serial, 1 Parallel Port(s) and 1 PCI expansion slot on Riser
Einux’s 1U Aluminum-Magnesium Chassis (Dimensions: 1.75”H x 17.25”W x 24”D)
Einux’s ServerKool and CPUKool cooling technologies
Einux’s ServerMonitor server health monitoring and alert system
Pricing and availability
The A.Serv A1200 1U RackServer is available immediately with AMD Athlon MP processor 1600+, 1800+, 1900+ & 2000+ and are priced at $1,595, $1,795, $1,995 and $2,195, respectively. Standard configurations include AMD Athlon MP Processor, 40GB 7200RPM IDE hard drive and 256MB PC2100 DDR memory.
About the AMD Athlon™ MP Processor
The AMD Athlon MP processor features QuantiSpeed architecture, 384KB of on-chip, full-speed cache, and Smart MP Technology for improved performance and scalability. The AMD Athlon MP processor is compatible with AMD's Socket A infrastructure, and supports the advanced 266MHz front-side bus. AMD Athlon MP processors are manufactured using AMD's 0.18-micron copper process technology in Fab 30 in Dresden, Germany.
AMD is a global supplier of integrated circuits for the personal and networked computer and communications markets with manufacturing facilities in the United States, Europe, Japan and Asia. AMD, a Fortune 500 and Standard & Poor’s 500 company, produces microprocessors, flash memory devices, and support circuitry for communications and networking applications. Founded in 1969 and based in Sunnyvale, California, AMD had revenues of $3.9 billion in 2001.
Einux is a leading developer of high-density server, storage and security networking solutions, which allow fast-growing enterprises, businesses, xSPs and telcos to deploy a high-performance, scalable and reliable IT and Internet infrastructure, while achieving the lowest TCO (total cost of ownership) in the industry. Einux’s innovative products include the E.Array 1/4U, the first 4-in-1U server array, A.Serv AMD Athlon 1U rack servers, the highest performance 1U rack servers available, eiNAS network attached storage filers offering up to the highest density storage available today at 500GB per 1U and SCA Supercomputer Cluster Arrays offering Teraflop performance from $500/GFlop. Einux’s customers include Fortune 500 corporations, leading universities and educational institutions and growing small and medium-sized businesses from over 30 countries around the world. Founded in 1998, Einux (http://www.einux.com) is based in Los Angeles, California.
For more information, please contact Steve Hsia at (626) 968-2686 extension 118; firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Einux's site at: http://www.einux.com.