San Jose, Calif. (PRWEB) January 28, 2014
Three server models from Quanta QCT have earned certification from the two newly launched certification labs supporting the Open Compute Project. Quanta QCT, the leading provider of server, storage and network products for cloud datacenters, will demonstrate the certified models in booth #B9 at the Open Compute Summit in San Jose this week.
Last October, Quanta QCT was named an OCP Solution Provider. The company’s history with the Open Compute Project stretches back to 2009, when Quanta designed server boards for Facebook in a partnership that predated formation of the Open Compute Project.
Today, Quanta QCT offers the most complete lineup of OCP-compliant products, including Rackgo X in the OCP 21-inch Open Rack standards and the conventional 19-inch form factor.
The three models now certified are:
Certified by the Open Compute Certification and Solution Laboratory at The University of Texas at San Antonio, the S210-X12RS is a 1U, 19-inch width system based on the Intel Decathlete Server Board. The product supports a high memory capacity with 24 DIMM slots, perfect for memory-intensive applications. Quanta QCT has taken a leadership role within the OCP community in productizing the Intel Decathlete platform for a variety of cloud datacenter infrastructure applications.
Also certified by the UTSA Open Compute Certification and Solution Laboratory, the S215-X1M2Z is a 1U, 19-inch width system based on the AMD Open 3.0 Modular Server specification, which is designed specifically for financial services workloads.
Quanta QCT is working with OCP and other financial industry partners to further develop and optimize system performance to meet evolving application workload demands for this industry.
Rackgo X F03C
Certified by the ITRI OCP Certification Testing Center in Taiwan, the Rackgo X F03C is a 2OU (Open U), three-node design based on the Intel Motherboard v2.0 (Windmill). It is based on the OCP 21-inch width Open Rack standard.
Quanta was one of the earliest partners in the OCP ecosystem. Our commitment to Open Compute has only grown and intensified since then, and today, Quanta QCT offers the most complete lineup of OCP-compliant products available. We will continue to innovate and extend our lineup, providing OCP solutions or a variety of customer needs.
— Mike Yang, general manager, Quanta QCT
Quanta QCT has been a great partner, joining the UTSA Open Compute Certification and Solution Laboratory from the beginning. Quanta’s support is an important part of our efforts to build an end to end community-based certification and solution qualification and test framework for OCP-based cloud and Big Data solutions such as OpenStack, Hadoop and ZeroVM.
– Paul Rad, director of the Open Compute Certification and Solution Laboratory at The University of Texas at San Antonio
As verified by independent labs, OCP-certified solutions are assured of meeting the open community’s specifications for high-performing, energy-efficient technology. Quanta’s OCP-certified models add to the growing number of OCP designs that meet the increasing demands of enterprise-grade applications and data centers.
— Cole Crawford, executive director, Open Compute Project Foundation
As a founding member/partner of OCP, Goldman Sachs is proud to be part of the engineering community working toward the development and delivery of best practices in scalable computing. The AMD Open 3.0 Modular Server specification presents an impressive performance and value proposition for the industry. As the OCP partner ecosystem continues to evolve, we look forward to seeing the tangible results of how the application of these best-in-class tools and technologies will lead to new workload scenarios and unlock new value for the corporate community.
— Don Duet, member of the OCP Board of Directors and global co-head of the Technology Division at Goldman Sachs
About Quanta QCT
Quanta QCT is the leading provider of server, storage and network switch products for cloud datacenter customers that demand the engineering and manufacturing capabilities provided by one of the world's largest hardware companies, but require hardware tuned and optimized to their unique workload specifications. Headquartered in Fremont, Calif., the company's parent is Quanta Computer, Inc., a $34 billion FORTUNE® Global 500 company with more than 100,000 employees located at engineering, manufacturing, sales and support facilities worldwide. http://www.QuantaQCT.com