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NEC releases two-socket servers to minimize expense of data center operations


NEC Corp has launched the two-socket Express5800/E120d-1 and E120d-M server series, featuring high density mounting per rack as well as processing performance for memory and processor-intensive applications that are ideal for data centers.


These servers incorporate the latest Intel Xeon processor E5-2400 product family and are equipped with NEC’s advanced server design technology and power control technologies, which help improve system performance and minimize operational costs related to electricity and floor space.


“Power efficiency is one of the most important issues of today’s data center. Intel welcomes the release of NEC’s new power efficient servers,” said Jason Waxman, General Manager, Cloud Infrastructure Group, Intel. “NEC takes a unique approach of decreasing not only server power consumption but also reducing cooling power by enabling high temperature operation and taking advantage of Intel Node Manager for power optimization. Intel is focusing on improving power efficiency of data center as well as increasing the capacity and expects to collaborate with NEC to further enhance overall data center solutions.”


“In order for data center operators, especially server hosting operators, to provide high quality, reasonably priced services to customers, they are required to concentrate many servers within limited facilities, to monitor electric power and to operate and manage them efficiently,” said Tetsuhide Senta, Assistant General Manager of the IT Network Global Solutions Division, NEC Corporation. “We believe that our new server solution, which incorporates the latest high-density mounting technology and power saving technology with industry standard agent-free management capability, is the best solution for flexible system management at a low cost.”

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