Newest QCT Line-up Features Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v4 Processors
QCT demonstrates efficiency and performance gains in product lineup featuring the newest Intel® Xeon® processors; announces development of cluster-in-a-box server with support for Intel® SSD DC D3700 Series for dual port NVMe technology.
SAN JOSE, California // March 31, 2016 – QCT, a global datacenter solution provider, has unveiled a new lineup of server products designed to support the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family which was introduced today at the Intel Cloud Day event in San Francisco. QCT also announced plans to develop a new solution, the QuantaPlex T21SD-2U, that supports Intel dual-port NVMe SSDs.
QCT has re-introduced 14 QCT products that have been updated from the Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v3 processor family to the new v4 processor family.
Introduction of the Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v4 processors enables feature enhancements to the QuantaPlex series. For example, the QuantaPlex T41SP-2U now fully supports NVMe SSDs. Similarly, the QuantaPlex T21P-4U boasts enhanced networking capability to support the OCP 2.0 mezzanine, thereby increasing system I/O bandwidth and performance.
QCT engineers performed benchmark testing with server platform on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 and v4 , demonstrating dramatic performance boosts with the v4 processor family. With a higher core count and more advanced 14nm process technology, the server powered by v4 processor produced an up to 27.2 percent better Java performance. In addition, the server onv4 processor demonstrated an up to 9.1 percent improvement over the v3 in memory bandwidth due to its higher frequency DDR4 2400 MHz memory support.(1)
Also today, QCT announced that a new product, the QuantaPlex T21SD-2U cluster-in-a-box server, is under development and scheduled for production in Q3This product will feature a 2U form factor with 24x 2.5” HDD bays that can support 16x SAS 12G HDD/SSD and 8x U.2 connector for both Intel dual port NVMe and SAS/SATA SSD. Features of the product include multi-path and failover, and its configuration significantly increases system IOPS for mission-critical and cache-oriented applications.
"QCT has emerged as the leading hyperscale cloud datacenter hardware brand,” said Mike Yang, general manager of QCT. “Working with Intel, we’ve delivered generations of advanced datacenter products to customers that want the advantages of hyperscale computing, consumable in off-the-shelf solutions. Now, we're bringing our customers a new era of choice, value and performance, powered by our hyperscale DNA and an exceptional engineering collaboration with Intel."
QCT (Quanta Cloud Technology) is a global datacenter solution provider extending the power of hyperscale datacenter design in standard and open SKUs to all datacenter customers. Product lines include servers, storage, network switches, integrated rack systems and cloud solutions, all delivering hyperscale efficiency, scalability, reliability, manageability, serviceability and optimized performance for each workload. QCT offers a full spectrum of datacenter products and services from engineering, integration and optimization to global supply chain support, all under one roof. The parent of QCT is Quanta Computer, Inc., a Fortune Global 500 technology engineering and manufacturing company. More at http://www.QCT.io.
(1) The benchmark testing was done by Quanta labs for reference only and compares two QuantaGrid D51B-2U servers (Turbo Enabled) with these configurations: