Hosting provider phoenixNAP has announced the launch of committed servers with the Intel Xeon E-2186G processor. Intel Xeon E-2100 processors would introduce improvements more than preceding Intel Xeon E3 processors by supplying improved processor core count selections, greater clock speeds, and an optional graphic accelerator with Intel UHD Graphics P630.
The Intel Xeon E-2100 processor also attributes Intel Application Guard Extensions (Intel SGX), an sophisticated safety technologies that would enable safe cloud solutions by assisting to guard chosen code and information from disclosure or modification. BIOS updates that are anticipated later this year will enable Intel Xeon E-2100 processors to help 128 GB of RAM, proficiently doubling its existing maximum RAM capacity.
phoenixNAP claims with its committed server platform to be 1 of the very first information center service providers to give international access to the platform and allow worldwide organizations to expertise the energy of the Intel Xeon E-2100 processor.
“The introduction of these new Intel Xeon E processors is a game changer in the entry-level server market and a strong addition to our portfolio of dedicated servers,” mentioned Ian McClarty, President of phoenixNAP. “Intel Xeon E-2186G processors show significant boosts in levels of performance compared to previous Intel Xeon E3 processors, as confirmed by our benchmark tests.”
Intel Optane Technologies
In addition to supplying servers with the new Intel Xeon E-2100 processor, phoenixNAP is also introducing “high-performance, high endurance” Intel Optane DC SSD P4800X and “cost-efficient” Intel 3DNAND P4510 NVMe drive help for single-processor servers.
The Intel Optane SSD DC P4800X is the very first solution to combine the attributes of memory and storage. With a mixture of higher throughput, low latency, higher QoS and higher endurance, this revolutionary option would break via information access bottlenecks by delivering a new information storage tier.
The DC P4800X accelerates applications for quick caching and quick storage to improve scale per committed server and lessen transaction expenses for latency sensitive workloads. In addition, the DC P4800X would allow information centers to deploy larger and far more inexpensive datasets to acquire new insights from massive memory pools. The platform is accessible from numerous areas in the U.S., Europe, and Asia-Pacific, although diverse customization selections enable for the creation of “powerful” IT environments tailored to particular demands.
“Intel Xeon E-2100 processors family are our new performance-optimized entry-level solution, built to deliver an excellent experience to end users while improving efficiency in the data center,” mentioned Jeff Wittich, Director of Cloud Service Provider Company Approach and Solution Enablement at Intel. “Its attributes are handy for tiny organization servers, as properly as some far more demanding applications and production environments. We have had a fantastic collaboration with phoenixNAP more than the years, and we are excited to see how it is furthering the possible of Intel platforms.”