NEC Enhances Express5800/A2000 Series of Enterprise Servers
May 15, 2018ACN Newswire
TOKYO, May 15, 2018 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation (TSE: 6701) today announced the global release of a new Express5800/A2000 Series of enterprise servers for Windows and Linux operating systems with the latest Intel Xeon Scalable Family (up to 28 CPU cores) and suitable for mission critical systems and processing Big Data.
"Armed with the latest CPU technology and the advanced availability features of server components, which NEC has long been developing and enhancing through multiple generations of this server series, this new server offers a platform solution that is ideal for mission critical databases and real-time data processing/analytics to make real-time decisions, which are increasingly in demand by the enterprise market for driving digital transformation," said Kazuhiro Mori, Deputy General Manager, Cloud Platform Division, NEC Corporation.
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