Taipei, Taiwan, September 8, 2009－Focusing on “Technology Created For Datacenter Everywhere”, GIGABYTE NCBU (Network & Communication Business Unit) announces new 1U rack mount server system (GS-R11FL) and three serverboards (GA-6FASV1, GA-6FASV2, GA-6FXSV2), lets budget-limited enterprise customers enjoy unprecedented “performance per watt” and unheard-of topless UP x86 server performance. Combined with ever-popular virtualization technology, you could pay less limited-budget for more performance, and deploy fewer servers for more computing power.
Today, economical UP (1-Way) dependable general purpose 64-bit servers had been proven to be well-suited for small business, basic enterprise server needs and low cost HPC. As performance of processor grows, more and more UP systems play leading roles inside modern enterprise IT infrastructure.
Based on 3420 chipset enhanced for server, GIGABYTE GA-6FASV1 / GA-6FASV2 are standard micro-ATX serverboards supporting 4 unbuffered ECC DDR3 memory upto 16GB capacity. Onboard XGI Z9s with 64MB frame buffer provides free display output. GA-6FASV1 enjoys two GbE ports to satisfy the need for high speed networking. GA-6FASV1 is also the heart of 1U server system GS-R11FL with 4 3.5 inch or 8 2.5 inch SAS/SATA hard drives support. GIGABYTE will announce this 1U system in the near future.
GA-6FXSV2 is ATX serverboard born for high-end UP server system with remote management and adapter expandability. Upmost 32GB registered ECC DDR3 memory satisfies memory-hungry applications. Onboard ServerEngines Pilot II provides remote web management, Java remote KVM function and video display.
Last but not least, given such a market trend, Intel's new generation Xeon 3400 (code name: Lynnfield) is a powerful engine from dynamically scalable micro-architecture that delivers breakthrough energy-efficient performance while introducing Intel's next-gen distributed shared memory architecture featuring 2-channel DDR3 memory and refined system infrastructure. Solutions from GIGABYTE built on brand-new Xeon 3400 platform without a shadow of doubt earns your topless performance, and, at least expense.