Fujitsu unveiled a new liquid-cooled Primergy server, the Primergy CX400 M1, which will cut energy costs in half and increase density in data centers by five times.
“Fujitsu is revolutionizing data center design, and is the first major vendor to deliver direct-to-chip liquid cooling for more efficient building and operation of scale-out data centers,” Uwe Romppel, head of product management server at Fujitsu, said.
“The technology will enable users to hit a power usage effectiveness (PUE) as low as 1.06 and offers them a way of recycling the heat waste so it can be used somewhere else. PUE measures energy efficiency, with a 1.0 being the optimal score,” Romppel added.
The company also introduced new cluster nodes – the CX2550 M1 and CX2570 M1. The cluster nodes use up to 160 Xeon chips from Intel and 1,280 memory modules per standard rack, according to the company.
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