2U8 Atom Twin
July 2011

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The Compucon 2U8 Atom Twin is based on the dual-core Intel Atom D525 1.8 GHz. Each node also supports 4 GB of non-ECC DDR3-800 SO-DIMMs, dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN, 2 USB ports, IPMI 2.0 with virtual media over LAN support, and 3x 2.5” SATA hot-swap HDDs.

Compucon extends its lead in the 2U4 Platinum Server formerly known as 2U Twin with 2U8 Atom Twin hat includes eight hot-pluggable Intel® Atom™ Dual-Core processor nodes in a 2U form factor (two nodes per single hot-swap unit). Each node also supports 4 GB of non-ECC DDR3-800 MHz SO-DIMM, dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN, 2 USB ports, IPMI 2.0 with virtual media over LAN and KVM-over-LAN support, and 3x 2.5" SATA hot-swap HDDs. The system also includes (1+1) redundant 720W Gold Level power supplies with PMBus, and four heavy-duty fans with optimized fan speed controls.

The 2U8 Atom eight-node system is optimized for high-density and low-power environments such as cost-effective data centers, industrial process control, small offices, web proxy servers or cache servers.

Benefits
  • Optimized HPC and Datacenter Rackmount Server Solutions
  • Up to 6 hot-pluggable 3.5" HDDs per 1U node (12x 3.5" HDDs total)
  • Hot-pluggable, cable-less Xeon® DP nodes (2U Twin2™ and 2U Twin)
  • Up to 192 GB of Reg. ECC DDR3 memory in 12 DIMMs
  • QDR or DDR InfiniBand connectivity options
  • Redundant Gold Level power supplies
  • High-efficiency serverboard VRMs (90%+) and cooling subsystem designs
  • Onboard IPMI 2.0 + KVM with dedicated LAN
The 2U8 Atom Twin is a unique server system. With eight system boards incorporated into a single chassis acting as eight separate nodes, there are several points you should keep in mind.
  • Nodes - Each of the serverboards act as a separate node in the system. With two nodes housed in each of four hot-swap trays, two may be powered off and on without affecting the others. In addition, each tray with its two nodes is a hot-swappable unit that may be removed from the rear of the chassis. The nodes are connected to the server backplane by means of an adapter card.
  • System Power - The server has an additional 720W power supply module (two total) for power redundancy. If a power supply module fails the other backup module will keep the system running until it can be replaced.
  • SATA Backplane/Drives - As a system, the 2015TA-HTRF supports the use of 24 SATA drives. A single backplane works to apply system-based control for power and fan speed functions, yet at the same time logically connects a set of three drives to each serverboard. Consequently, RAID setup is limited to a three-drive scheme (RAID cannot be spread across all 24 drives).
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