Inspur recently announced the launch of a new M6 server family that supports 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors. The M6 server family offers 16 products designed for compute-intensive applications, including artificial intelligence, big data, cloud computing, and other intelligent computing scenarios. Additionally, the M6 servers provide deployment density, performance, hardware decoupling, and quality, significantly enhancing performance compared with Inspur’s previous server generation.
Inspur provides big data services, cloud data centers, cloud services, and smart enterprises. The provider’s Inspur AS13000G5 series platform delivers a unified software solution for both file and object storage. Inspur provides three AS13000G5 products for petabyte-scale applications for high-definition video, high performance, high reliability, and cloud-based deployments. The vendor’s storage platform is a good fit for commercial HPC, backup and archiving, analytics, and hybrid cloud. While Inspur provides many services, its storage business is the second-largest within the company, after its server business.
With a focus on diversified application scenarios represented by AI, edge computing, and multi-cloud, M6 servers highlight industry-leading performance, lean design, security, and openness to advance 5G, AI, and industrial internet innovations. Video processing capacity is also enhanced by 30 percent, with overall storage density and IOPS (input/output operations per second) scaled up by 3 times and 3.2 times, respectively. This meets the demanding requirements for latency and bandwidth of data transferring, online computing, high-frequency trading, and other application scenarios. Additionally, the new server family clearly demonstrates the results from precision engineering by introducing an environmental sensing feature. This helps to redefine power supply standards and develop automatic O&P (operation and maintenance) tools, which make servers more intelligent and easy to use, while also improving data security with multiple protection mechanisms.
In a media statement, Lisa Spelman, Corporate Vice President and General Manager of the XEON and Memory Group at Intel, said, “our latest 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors have been designed to deliver the flexible performance needed for today’s digital economy to service workloads from the edge through the network to the cloud. We have worked closely with Inspur to deliver customers a balanced platform with built-in acceleration and advanced security capabilities to meet the most in-demand workload requirements. We look forward to continuing our work with Inspur to deliver more value to our customers with high performance, reliability, and scalability to meet the needs of their digital transformation.”
With the introduction of the new M6 server family, Inspur will further facilitate the digital transformation of enterprises, advancing the development of intelligent computing.
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