Milpitas, California – (The Hosting News) – April 6, 2007 – Data center server and storage products provider, Rackable Systems, Inc., has adopted one of the newest Intel Xeon processor series into its portfolio, so that new low wattage processors will draw only 50 watts of power, to facilitate greater performance per square foot, when paired with its servers and storage systems.
Rackable Systems unveiled the a cabinet of publicly-demonstrated quad-core servers in August of 2006 at the Intel Developer Forum. The newest line of servers leveraging the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors L5320 and L5310 extend Rackable Systems’ leadership in quad-core computing, enabling dramatic reduction in power consumption while maintaining superior performance.
Giovanni Coglitore, Chief Technology Officer at Rackable Systems remarked, “Our newest low wattage servers demonstrate our ongoing commitment to green technology and reducing data center operational expenses. With Intel’s new 50 watt Quad-Core processors inside Rackable Systems’ thermally efficient servers, we can meet companies’ computing needs while effectively managing skyrocketing energy costs.”
Rackable Systems’ server and storage products provide a range of data center applications, from web hosting to High Performance Computing, financial services, oil and gas and entertainment. The company’s unique server designs support the full range of Intel processors and are delivered fully racked and cabled, enabling faster deployment times and easier serviceability while reducing operations and resource expenses.
Kirk Skaugen, Vice President of Intel’s Digital Enterprise Group commentged, “As a committed provider of systems based on Quad-Core Intel Xeon processors, Rackable Systems continues to address customers’ growing demands for high performance, energy-efficient servers and storage systems in their data centers. We continue to work with innovative data center solution providers, such as Rackable Systems, to ensure the most efficient, sustainable systems are built on Intel server technology.”
Rackable Systems, Inc. provides servers and storage products for large-scale data center deployments. The company’s products are designed to provide benefits in the areas of density, thermal efficiency, serviceability, power distribution and remote management. Founded in 1999 and based in Milpitas, California, Rackable Systems serves Internet, semiconductor design, enterprise software, federal government, entertainment, financial services, oil and gas exploration and biotechnology customers worldwide.
To learn more about Rackable Systems, please visit: www.rackable.com.