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Wiwynn® SR2000G2 (42U Project Olympus Rack)

SV5100G3 (1U Server) / SV5200G3 (2U Storage Server)


42U Project Olympus Rack

New generation hyper-scale rack focusing on modularity, cost and power efficiency, and global datacenter interoperability.
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High Scalability and Easy Maintenance Rack Architecture
Designed to integrate with Project Olympus modules, SR2000G2 is the perfect rack for accommodating high-scalability servers like Wiwynn SV5100G3 (1U) and SV5200G3 (2U) and typical 19“ IT equipment. In addition to high interoperability, with front & rear locking door, sidewall options, server tracks for standard equipment, baffles and air-blocking panel options, SR2000G2 thus can be easily scale-out with no frills.
Power and Management Distribution Unit (PMDU) and Power Efficiency Design
PMDU allows system to be configured, mixed and match on demands. When SV5100G3 and SV5200G3 server sleds are inserted in the rack, they are blindly mate up with the PMDU which provides power. SR2000G2 provides better efficiency by delivering three phase power to each individual server, which is 97% efficient and only have 3% conversion lost. In addition, it provides phase balancing to each server depends on different workloads.
Universal Power Adapted to Worldwide Data Center
Wiwynn SR2000G2 is standardized with new universal rack power distribution unit (PDU) for global data center interoperability. SR2000G2 supports a variety of AC power cords, and fits universal data center power systems.
Open Source Hardware Design for TCO Optimization
Inherited the design concept of OCP, Project Olympus rack steps up the development of open source hardware including 1U/2U server, high-density storage by adopting universal motherboard, high-availability power supply, PMDU, and rack management module to meet specific datacenter configurations.
Form Factor 42U chassis in 19-inch rack
Dimensions 1200 (D) x 597 (W) x 2013 (H) (mm)
Weight 94.238 Kg (dry weight)
Inner Space 42U (including three 1U column braces, two 1U switches)
Compute Server Up to 37 individual SV5100G3 (1U) servers
AC 5 Wire 400V/415VAC 30A/32A (power capacity to 17.2kW) 4 Wire 208VAC 50A (power capacity up to 14.4kW) 4 Wire 208VAC 30A (power capacity up to 8.6kW)
Power Capacity 8.6~17.2 kW
Manageability PMDU The PMDU monitors and reports the voltage, current, and power for each output. • 2 x 1GbE (NIC1-2) for communication with Rack Manager and Rack Management Switch • 3 x 1GbE (RJ3-5) for communication with PMDU • 4 x 1GbE (RC1 to RC4) for relay cable • 1 x 1GbE (RM1) for communication with Stand-Alone Rack Manager Module • 6 x C13 (L1-L6) single-phase AC outlets for providing power to switch and other devices in rack, excluding servers. Rack Manager • TI AM4376 ARM Processor • 2x 1GbE for communication with Data Center and Server Blade management • 2x UARTs for communication with Data Center Digi and Ethernet Management Switch • 1x Spare UART for Debug or future feature • Control Signals for power control of blade slots • Rack AC power monitoring • Remote AC power control for Rack AC devices • Remote On/Off control Bootstrap and RM Throttle from Row Manager in MOR • PCIe x16 and PCIe x8 edge finger connectors for interfacing to the PMDU or other backplanes.

 Web Server

High-computing and high power efficiency

Bandwidth throttling to limit the speed of responses. Support web applications and web services with the compact combination of High-computing and high power efficiency.

The most simple definition is that a Web server runs a website by returning HTML files over an HTTP connection. This definition may have been true in the early days of the Internet, but the line has blurred between websites, Web applications and Web services, etc.

For example, a server that delivers an XML document to another device can be a Web server. A better definition might be that a Web server is any Internet server that responds to HTTP requests to deliver content and services.

Common features

1. Virtual hosting to serve many web sites using one IP address

2. Large file support to be able to serve files whose size is greater than 2. 2 GB on 32 bit OS

3. Bandwidth throttling to limit the speed of responses in order to not saturate the network and to be able to serve more clients

4. Server-side scripting to generate dynamic web pages, still keeping web server and website implementations separate from each other




Highest storage density and easy maintenance

Store, manage and retrieve precious information through the highest storage density and easy-to-maintain systems.


Category File Title Release Date Actions
Datasheet SR2000G2 2017/11/01 Download