Microway announces support for Quad-core Opteron

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Following the recent AMD Barcelona kickoff, Microway announced its new Navion-QQ server platform. The Navion-QQ comes configured with 4 or 8 quad-core AMD chips and sports up to 128GB of RAM. The Navion-QQ is idealy suited for enterprise database applications as well as memory intensive HPC applications such as computational fluid dynamics, digital signal processing and finite elements analysis.

Microway announces the Navion-QQ™ server– our most powerful SMP computational platform, designed for four or eight Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processors, up to 128 GB memory and eight drives in Microway’s 4U RuggedRack™. With redundant power and excellent cooling, the Navion-QQ server is an exceptionally quiet 4/8 way AMD Opteron processor-based configuration available today.

Alongside this, Microway also announced dual-processor version of the QQ, deemed the Navion-Q. It currently supports up to 2 quad-core AMD processors bundled in “robustly cooled” 1U chassis. Micorway’s standard cabinet can house up to 336 cores of compute based upon the Navion-Q platform.

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