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New ‘supercomputing technology’ M10 servers available in Malaysia: Fujitsu

AvantiKumar | Oct. 28, 2013
The new servers with built-in 16-core SPARC64 X processors are especially for mission-critical processing, says Fujitsu Malaysia's Michael Warren.

Michael Warren and M10 - Fujitsu modified

Photo -Michael Warren, Country President, Fujitsu Malaysia with an M10.

Fujitsu's new M10 server powered with 16-core SPARC64 X processor is engineered for high reliability, availability and serviceability using the company's supercomputing technology, said the Japanese ICT solutions provider during the recent launch in Malaysia.

Fujitsu Malaysia country president, Michael Warren, said: "Local demand for Fujitsu M10 servers will mainly be to power up mission-critical computing workloads, for instance, intensive banking operations and Internet services by telcos."

"In Malaysia, we are targeting financial services, telecommunication and public sectors, especially largescale enterprises, data centre and outsourcing services providers for the new servers business," said Warren.
"The Fujitsu M10 is an ideal platform for running single-threaded applications, such as database, business analytics/business intelligence applications, data mining, and batch processing, to help businesses to fulfill the ever changing IT workload requirements and business demands," he said.

Warren said the Fujitsu M10 servers include "breakthrough technologies such as Software on Chip and Liquid Loop Cooling. It provides highly flexible system configurations with physical partitioning as well as built-in, no-cost virtualisation technologies via Oracle VM Server for SPARC and Oracle Solaris Zones. Fujitsu M10 servers also support both Oracle Solaris(operating systems) versions 10 and 11."

Lim Hun Leong - Fujitsu Asia

Lim Hun Leong, Vice President, Infrastructure Services & Solutions, Fujitsu Asia

In recent years, the need for high-speed processing of large amounts of data has increased dramatically," said Fujitsu Asia vice president, infrastructure services 7 solutions, Lim Hun Leong.

"Many enterprises want to upgrade their IT infrastructures with high performance processing capacity to support faster, real-time decision making for their business operations and to remain competitive," said Lim.

"The Fujitsu M10 servers stem from our supercomputer technology," he said." Fujitsu M10 is the company's commitment to bring significant performance results to customers, helping customers maximise their ROIs [returns on investment] with dynamic scalability and mainframe-class reliability for mission-critical IT workloads."

"Fujitsu has officially established a regional task force to drive all SPARC businesses in ASEAN including Fujitsu M10. The team will spearhead SPARC business support for sales, technical and project managements for customers," said Lim.


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