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TYAN reveals support for AMD Opteron 6300

13 Nov 2012

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TYAN, a subsidiary of MiTAC International Corp., has indicated that its various G34 based platforms are compatible with AMD's upcoming Opteron 6300 series processors through a BIOS update. The TA70-B8237 Road Runner platform is designed for implementation into the cloud computing environment, aimed at data centre, HPC and storage applications.

TYAN has collaborated with AMD to develop multiple G34 based platforms that deliver higher performance, more scalability and lower cost for cloud computing, virtualisation, HPC, GPGPU and data centres. Featuring more cores and AMD's HT3 technology, TYAN's TA70-B8237 is geared for HPC and storage that reduces computing time and power consumption while maintaining high performance. Supporting two AMD Opteron 6300 series processors, two PCI-E x16 G3 slots, (12+12) DDR-III R/U-DIMM and 24 2.5in HDDs, the TA70-B8237 is a powerful platform well suited for virtual machines, public clouds and enterprise server rooms, said the company. With the LSI Nytro MegaRAID card, the TA70-B8237 accelerates key business applications and enhances RAID functionality.

The TYAN S8236-IL motherboard and the GT24-B8236-IL are the ideal products for GPGPU computing and virtualisation with up to two AMD Opteron 6300 series processors, three PCI-E x16 G2 slots and eight SAS 6G. Targeting HPC, data centre and virtual machine, TYAN introduces its S8812 motherboard, the 4-way platform with support for up to four AMD Opteron 6300 series processors and 32 DDR-III R/U-DIMM, added the company.




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