Based on Intel E5-2600 V4 processors, OCP server features high computing power and optimized power efficiency
|Processor||Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 V4|
|Processor Sockets||Two per node (3 server nodes in a 2 OU shelf)|
|Chipset||Intel® C610 series|
|Memory||Up to 512GB; 8GB/16GB/32GB DDR4 up to 2400MT/s; 16 DIMM slots|
|System Bus||Intel® Quick Path Interconnect links; 6.4 GT/s; 8.0 GT/s; 9.6 GT/s|
|Storage||6 2.5" hot-plug drive bay per node: ● SAS/ SATA SSD One M.2 SSD module slot|
|Expansion Slots||One (PCIe x16) HHHL slot, and One (PCIe x8) HHHL slot (Dedicated to RAID card), or One OCP Mezzanine card (PCI-e x8) for: ● Single/Dual 10GbE DA/SFP+ ports (option) ● Single/Dual 25GbE SFP28 ports (option) ● Single/Dual 40GbE QSFP ports (option)|
|VGA||ASPEED AST2400 iBMC chip|
|Remote Management||IPMI V2.0 compliant; Serial-over-LAN Cluster Manager (option)|
|Management LAN||One GbE RJ45 port|
|Power Supply||Centralized OCP Power Shelf|
|Power Consumption||120W (Idle) ~ 325W (Max)|
|Dimensions||2OU (Open Rack); 174 (W) x 724 (D) x 89 (H) (mm)|
|Weight||8 kg ~ 9.5 kg|
|OS Support List||RedHat® Enterprise Linux® 7.3 Red Hat® OpenStack Platform (x86_64) 8.0~13.0 Red Hat® Gluster Storage (x86_64) 3.1.3|
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Intel® Rack Scale Design is a logical architecture that enables scalable pooled resources and minimizes underutilization.
Although modern development of cloud computing allows server virtualization on a physical node, resource in a node, such as CPU, storage, memory, could fall short for some applications while others are excessive in utilization.
Some applications are more computation power hungry, while the others in need of storage space. Hence, the demand of flexibly composing a node with extensible resources has grown to address the resource optimization.
Intel Rack Scale Design is a logical architecture that enables scalable pooled resources and minimizes underutilization.
|Simply put, Intel RSD unlocks resources from physical servers, creates virtual pools of resource, applies resources to application workloads, composes resources and reconfigures as requirements change.|
Wiwynn Cluster Manager and Intel RSD
As a leading hardware provider in the industry, Wiwynn has been working closely with Intel to realizing the flexibility of composing a node.
Wiwynn implements features of Rack Scale Design and integrates Wiwynn Cluster Manager to realize software-defined data centers. Wiwynn is the only player that finishes RSD integration and NVMe pooling.
||Design Concept (2017.04.26)
||Operatoring UI (2017.09.05)
|Category||File Title||Release Date||Actions|
|User Manual||SV7221G2 User Manual||2017/07/18||Download|
|User Manual||SV7221G2 BMC UM||2017/02/10||Download|
|User Manual||SV7221G2 BIOS UM||2017/07/18||Download|
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