March 21, 2011
LOS ANGELES, March 19 -- PSSC Labs, based out of Southern California, has introduced the POWERSERVE DUO T2000. The server design offers two complete and independent servers in just 1U of rack space. There is no backplane or shared power supply that is typically found in other blade server offerings. Made from recyclable materials and a focus on low power consumption makes this green computing solution ideal for any data center infrastructure and company looking to maximize their ROI.
High Performance Cluster Computing - With over 1000 PowerWulf Cluster configurations delivered to 35+ countries, PSSC Labs is the world's leader in turn-key high performance clusters. The POWERSERVE DUO T2000 high density servers can be configured as a supercomputer application cluster. PSSC Labs has configured Government and University supercomputer clusters to run applications for Life Science (Bioinformatics and Computational Chemistry), Weather Modeling (MM5 and WRF), Design and Engineering (CFD) and Oil and Gas Reservoir Modeling.
Cloud Computing - High density, scalability, reliability and virtualization are core characteristics in building a cloud computing server environment. The Powerserve Duo T2000 offers a unique 1U side by side server design combined with eco-friendly and power saving features. This unique server architecture focuses on conserving energy and reducing the overall datacenter footprint to produce the lowest total cost of ownership.
High Density Server Environment - Computing facilities are requiring ultra dense configurations due to limited datacenter space. The POWERSERVE DUO T2000 offers two complete high performance servers in just 1U of rack space. Each server is totally independent allowing you the greatest flexibility. One server can be configured with AMD Opteron processors and the other with Intel Xeon processors. Flexibility and performance in such a small form factor is unprecedented.
Green Computing Environment - With 55 percent recyclable metal and power saving features, the POWERSERVE DUO T2000 is the World's eco-friendliest server. Never before has a server offered the ability to reuse 55 percent of the metal for upgrades and modifications. Reducing carbon emissions, limiting power usage and saving costs are core features found only in the POWERSERVE DUO T2000.
Fail Over / Redundancy Computing - The Powerserve Duo T2000 is ideal for mission critical environments. With two completely independent servers you can create a totally redundant server in just 1U of rack space. No other server offers this capability.
Virtualization Software - PSSC Labs has certified both VMWare and Xen virtualization software products to run on the POWERSERVE DUO T2000. In 1U of rack space you can pack 48 processor cores and 192GB of memory. This server is ideal for virtualization environments involved in data center consolidation, disaster recovery, server hosting or for your testing & development stage computing.
For more information visit http://www.pssclabs.com/servers/1u-rack-mount/powerserve-duo-t2000/dual-server-technology
Source: PSSC Labs
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