Fujitsu unveils energy-efficient server
By Digital News Asia June 5, 2012
- New server promises to significantly reduce cost
- Two-thirds more workload on current power budget
ICT solutions and services provider Fujitsu has introduced to Malaysian customers its new PRIMERGY server generation, a modular and highly-scalable server platform that it claims would enable data centers to significantly reduce energy costs.
The new server platform would enable companies to address the increasing demand for “green” technology and achieve a faster return on investment on their IT spending, the company claimed.
“Today, many data centers are challenged by limited power budget allocations and more stringent environmental mandates,” said Adrian Loh (pic, right), regional head of platform products, Fujitsu Asia.
“The highly-customizable server platform allow businesses to meet their current IT needs and extend later, if required,” he added.
In Malaysia, Fujitsu is targeting the newly-launched PRIMERGY server generation at existing customers for infrastructure upgrades and new customers in industries including commercial, healthcare, education, retail, communications, public sector, and financial services.
“We are expecting the new PRMERGY server generation to make a significant contribution to the planned growth of our platform product business in Malaysia,” said Edward Ling (pic, left), senior manager, platform products, infrastructure services and solutions, Fujitsu Malaysia.
According to Loh, the PRIMERGY Server would enable organizations to run an additional two-thirds more workload on their current power budget without stressing their data center’s cooling capacity.
“This is very good news for businesses that are facing limitations on power supply or heat dissipation in their data centers,” he claimed.