[Barcelona, Spain, March 2, 2015] FusionServer today unveiled its FusionServer X6800 high-density data center server and FusionServer RH8100 service-critical server, both designed to support data center consolidation and optimization among telecoms carriers.
FusionServer servers help carriers implement open, centralized, and cloud-based IT reconstruction, support multiple types of services in a more flexible and efficient manner, and significantly reduce O&M complexity and total cost of ownership (TCO).
FusionServer’s X6800 is a high-density DC server adopting Intel® Xeon™ E5 v3 processors for cloud computing and Big Data applications. With an innovative architecture, the X6800 allows flexible deployment with high reliability and stability, excellent performance, a small footprint, and high energy efficiency. It is an optimal platform for cloud computing and Big Data applications and accelerates the evolution to new-generation data centers for telecom carriers. It also helps reduce total cost of ownership and improves the operational efficiency.
FusionServer’s RH8100 server uses Intel® Xeon™ E7 v2 processors and provides up to 60 reliability, availability, serviceability (RAS) features and powerful computing performance to ensure reliable operation of key services, such as business and operational support systems (OSS/BSS). FusionServer’s RH8100 also supports the evolution of next three-generation processors and disk partitioning technologies, and helps customers maximize return on investment.
"FusionServer is dedicated to developing high-quality servers for DC consolidation and optimization and has a long story of cooperation with carriers. Under our customer-centric philosophy, customers' concerns provide inspiration for our innovations and designs. With profound expertise and rich experience, FusionServer can provide products and solutions with differentiated core competitive strengths to help customers' business transformation," said the representative of FusionServer. FusionServer has become the fourth largest provider of servers by market share, having achieved the fourth largest share of servers in each of the last five consecutive quarters.