SEOUL,KOREA - On July 5, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) announced that Red Hat, the world's leading provider of open source software solutions, has certified SeaMicro SM10000-XE server through its strict verification process. The latest development assures the server users of stability and trust in running Red Hat Enterprise Linux on their hardware systems.
"Customers can now be assured they will receive the best available support for their Red Hat Enterprise Linux environment running on the certified Seamicro SM10000-XE server. This certification is yet another example of how we are working closely with technology partners to provide the highest quality experience for our customers", said Andrew Feldman, General Manager of AMD's Data Center Server Solutions Group.
SeaMicro SM10000-XE server with 768 x 1.66 Ghz Intel Atom cores is energy-efficient with the highest density. Using only 1/3 the space and 1/2 the power and delivering 12x the bandwidth of today's top-performing server, the microserver provides 10 gigabyte bandwidth to each socket, 2.5 gigabyte delivery per core, which is by far the best in the business. In addition, there are a single 10-RU system plug-and-play and excellent performance in security and cloud deployments.