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The vast majority of Enterprise class servers sold today are in a 1U and 2U rack-mount format. The design hasn’t significantly changed over the last decade.

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Monday, 06 Nov, 2017

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The latest generation of E5-2600 has finally landed server-side. As a direct descendant of the E5-2600v3, the v4 uses a smaller 14nm process and is directly aimed at scale out architecture. Read More

Monday, 04 Jan, 2016

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Intel have released their latest update to their Xeon E5 line up, in the form of Haswell. Offering up to 18 cores, this is most exciting release by Intel in a long while. Frequency scaling, as seen before, is still in place; as is DDR4 architecture and cache monitoring.

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Thursday, 09 Jan, 2014

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Fujitsu have released two E5-2400 v2 based servers, the first of their new naming structure. Based on Intel's 22nm technology, these new boxes are Ivy Bridge-EN based with up to 10 cores and lower power draw than the E5-2600 series.

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Tuesday, 03 Jun, 2014

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Fujitsu SPARC64-X+

Fujitsu have upped the power of their SPARC64-X processor in its new SPARC64-X+. Fujitsu will be targeting 3.5 GHz with this latest upgrade to its long standing SPARC CPU line - a 16% increase to its SPARC64-X predecessor. This will deliver up to 448 gflops of peak performance (double-precision floating point). 

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Tuesday, 09 Apr, 2013

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With the launch of the single socket, 16-core Fujitsu M10-1, it's now possible to build an incredibly powerful four node Oracle Cluster at a huge saving. One of the beauties of Oracle Standard Edition is that you can deploy Oracle RAC (Real Application Clustering) for free on the condition that your total CPU count doesn't exceed four.

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Tuesday, 30 Jul, 2013

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Fujitsu RX300 S7

Fujitsu are well known as the manufacturer of the Oracle SPARC M-Series range of servers. Less known is the fact that Fujitsu also manufacturer a range of X86 Sandy Bridge servers that are Solaris certified and can be pre-bundled with Oracle 24/7 support.

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Monday, 25 Mar, 2013

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Fujitsu RX200 S7

The RX200 S7 is a rack mount server that delivers high performance, scalability, and energy efficiency - punching well above its weight in its 1 RU chassis. This 2 socket Sandy Bridge server packs up to 768 GB of high speed memory and up to 8 SFF SAS drives - and is available for demonstration immediately!

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Monday, 28 Jan, 2013

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Fujitsu Oracle SPARC M10-4

Fujitsu have released details on their 'Athena' server line up, featuring its own 16 core SPARC64-X processors. Full details are yet to be released by Oracle, but the 'M10' product family have been released by Fujitsu - we expect an Oracle release in the very near future.

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Friday, 25 Jan, 2013

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Earlier this year nVidia and Fujitsu announced that the CX400 S1 would offer high performance GPU-accelerated computing. The CX400 is already utilised for high density, compact form factor applications with half-wide, dual socket server nodes. Combining the CPU multicore power with the parallel processing cores of the GPU has given the HPC industry a new computing model.

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Wednesday, 19 Sep, 2012

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Fujitsu RX200 S7

Just as HP and IBM have released their latest Sandy Bridge servers, Fujitsu have done the same with their RX S7, and BX S3 options. Boasted 8 cores at 2.9 GHz, and up to 768 GB Memory capacity the latest Fujitsu servers are class leading in performance, and unique to BSI - we are able to supply from stock for direct end user testing.

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Wednesday, 14 Mar, 2012

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Fujitsu BX400

Following on from their success in July, Fujitsu will continue to offer of a 50% discount on the PRIMERGY BX400 chassis during August to customers who purchase at least two blades and a compatible connection blade – a fantastic saving of £1500!

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Thursday, 28 Jul, 2011

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