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8 Way Servers: Advantages, areas of application & more
Supermicro introduces its latest generation 2U rackmount 4-Socket MP server. The MP line of SuperServers are designed to deliver the highest performance, Resource-Savings, flexibility, scalability and serviceability to power mission-critical Enterprise workloads like ERP, large in-memory databases, and real time analytics by scaling up to the maximum processing and memory afforded in one node. MP Systems. Contact us. Overview Features Resources Available Models. Maximum Configurability and Scalability. All Supermicro MP platforms can be 'under provisioned': deploy initially with just two CPUs with a clear and simple upgrade path to scale your system as your business grows. Optimized for:. Product Features. Form Factor.
Server processors provide optimal reliability and energy efficiency. Their quality impacts the performance of your data center and, consequently, your business. Whether you need a CPU for a small start-up or a big cloud-based service, there are plenty of models to choose from. A server processor undergoes stricter quality controls than a desktop to minimize downtime and data losses. This typically increases the cost of a server-grade CPU in comparison with a desktop one. Server processors also tend to have more bandwidth, to process large amounts of data, and a larger cache. In some dual-processor servers, the CPU can failover, i. The average desktop CPU can't do this.