Fujitsu has introduced the PRIMERGY CX122 S1, a new addition to its portfolio of dual-socket cloud server nodes for the PRIMERGY CX1000 Cloud eXtension Server, the platform for cloud computing, high performance computing (HPC) and large scale-out computing server farms.
The new PRIMERGY CX122 S1 is designed to meet customer requirements placed on cloud server nodes, while matching a broad range of server profiles and enabling advanced workload scenarios.
The company has also launched its new PRIMERGY CX1000 Efficiency Assessment Service, an optimisation service exploiting simulation software to deliver qualitative information.
The company said that the new PRIMERGY CX1000 Efficiency Assessment Service provides qualitative information, by using advanced simulation software, to assist customers in understanding the positive impact of PRIMERGY CX1000 to their datacentre, accelerating and assuring their planning and design in terms of space, power and cooling.
In addition, it also enables customers to identify the measures that will increase the effectiveness of air flow and power, and improvements to the data centre Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) in advance of physical hardware installation or testing.
Fujitsu said that the new services are initially available in Central Europe, Middle East, Africa and India.