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Thursday, March 10 • 11:00am - 11:30am
OCP Adoption – Revolution with 21” racks vs. Transition from 19” racks

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Live Stream - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AqB2Z2XZ8oc

Wiwynn shall present our intelligent design of a high-density server by OCP certified mother boards in an chassis for EIA 19” rack. When Open Compute Project proves its efficiency in the energy consumption, reliability and cost for data centers, its demand grows time to time. However, Open Compute Project defined Open Rack spec which is different than conventional rack. To accommodate OCP project means a new investment for traditional data centers.

Carmel, a new generation product of EIA 19” 2U high density server accommodating OCP MB combines the advantages of OCP Leopard MB with the application of EIA 19” chassis. Carmel shows not only the efficiency and reliability of OCP MB but also the application flexibility.

For the 2U 4Nodes architecture, there are 4 high performance MB nodes in a 2U system and each MB node could accommodate 1 full-height half-length PCIe add on card and 1 SSD with 9.5mm thickness; for the 2U 2Nodes, each MB node could accommodate 3 pcs full-height half-length PCIe add on cards and 6 pcs hot-swappable SSDs. Furthermore, the system is designed with Tool-less concept to ease all the maintenance of MBs, SSDs, Fan modules and PSUs.

Integration of up to 4 OCP server boards and EIA 19” 2U chassis converged the OCP benefits and existing investment of data centers seamlessly. Through the sophisticated system design, all the components including Server Sleds, PSUs, Fans, Drives are easy to maintain. System configuration and drives maintenance are front serviceable in the cold aisle like OCP achieved its success.

Speakers
avatar for Bill Lin

Bill Lin

Mechanical Associate Director, Wiwynn


Thursday March 10, 2016 11:00am - 11:30am
Lower Level: LL20D

Attendees (31)