Fujitsu has announced the availability of a new performance class of industry-standard servers to drive x86 economical benefits into the mission-critical computing realm, the new PRIMERGY RX900 S1 x86 eight-socket rack server.

The PRIMERGY RX900 S1 offers the financial sector, public sector, and a broadening range of industries with the high levels of reliability for scale-up applications previously dominated by expensive and proprietary RISC/Unix systems. Its innovative "glue-less" design combines with the service offerings and solutions of Fujitsu Dynamic Infrastructures, plus Intel Xeon 7500 processor series and the new Intel QuickPath Interconnect technology, to deliver mission-critical peace-of-mind at an affordable price.

Says Pallab Talukdar, CEO, Fujitsu India, "Two market trends are combining which will drive the success of the PRIMERGY RX900 S1. Server virtualization is moving into the mainstream, while customers are reducing operational costs by consolidating older dual- and quad-socket servers, and replacing UNIX servers in favour of industry-standard flexibility and price performance. The 'glue-less' design of the RX900 S1, and seamless scale-up of processor, memory and I/O capacities - within a single 8U server box for added investment protection - makes it the most compelling eight-core x86 server."
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