Multi-node servers allow for better integration of more CPUs and I/O expansions in a smaller space, greatly reducing equipment footprint and improving system performance
Nodes can be flexibly configured during deployment, with various front window modules for product nearly full customization based on user needs
The centralized PSU and fans are shared among all nodes, significantly improving power and system cooling efficiency
Nodes can be independently or collectively managed through a centralized chassis management module, providing more versatility and convenience.
The outdated technical architecture relies solely on machine stack-ups and is unable to achieve dynamic expansion and on-demand deployment
Inspur offered a virtualization solution based on its I9000 Blade System servers, which are integrated into the new architecture and will serve as physical servers for virtualization applications.
Increase the utilization rate of its information center hardware systems by 70%.