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Monday, March 30, 2015
GIGABYTE Releases ARM Server Solutions

GIGABYTE has released its first server products based on ARM architectures, developed in partnership with AppliedMicro and Annapurna Labs.

Built around the AppliedMicro X-Gene?s ARMv8-A architecture, offering up to 128GB of on-board memory, and featuring a dual 10GbE SFP+ LANinterface, the MP30-AR0 platform is intended for deployment as a general purpose server for memory-intensive workloads.

Compliant with ARM Server Base System Architecture (SBSA) and Server Base Root Requirements (SBBR) standards, the MP30-AR0 server board represents an optimized application solution for cloud and scale-out computing.

AppliedMicro's X-Gene processor, which became commercially available in 2014, is the first enterprise-hardened, ARM 64-bit Server on a Chip solution. Designed for cloud, enterprise-server and HPC applications, X-Gene's features include multiple processors running at up to 2.4GHz along with high-speed memory and I/O.

The D120-S3G system is designed as an add-on storage expansion of existing server infrastructures and can support up to 100TB of raw capacity within a 1U rackmount. It connects to a network over a dual 10GbE SFP+ interface and to its drives via SATA III 6Gb/s ports, in order to provide appropriate bandwidth and transfer rates for applications such as cold storage, data archiving, video surveillance, and TV broadcast among others.

The D120-S3G is powered by the Annapurna Labs Alpine AL5140 1.7GHz Quad-Core processor, based on the ARMv7 architecture and the Cortex-A15 core. This chip has a power consumption of only 10 watts.

Equipped with a dedicated hardware RAID and Erasure Code engine supporting RAID 5/6 levels protection, it forwards error correction from drive failures and thus spares CPU cycles from doing parity calculations or interfacing with the hard drives.

The D120-S3G offers support for standard, Long Term Support (LTS) Linux Kernel 3.10 and Ubuntu 14.04.

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