Penguin Computing Targets the Enterprise
May 9th, 2012 By: John Rath
Penguin Computing announced the immediate availability of its new Relion E-series line of servers for the enterprise. The new Relion E-series servers are based on Intel’s Xeon E5-2600 processor and offer redundant power supply options with efficiencies at the 80 PLUS Platinum level.
Relion hHeat sinks were designed specifically for each chassis and the modular high-density server integrates fans with server modules for easy maintenance. All E-series servers come with server management tools for remote management and optional intelligent power management software. The E-series servers come with a standard four year warranty and 24/7 technical phone support.
“Achieving business results with minimal TCO is key in enterprise IT environments,” said Charles Wuischpard, president and CEO of Penguin Computing. “This is where our new Relion E-series servers shine. Built on Intel’s ‘Sandy Bridge’ processor platform, they deliver on performance. All servers are meticulously engineered by our Linux experts and include the software tools that are needed for large scale deployments.”
Data Center Solution Award
Penguin Computing recently noted that it been awarded the 2011 Data Center Solution Innovation Award from Intel during this year’s Intel Solutions Summit. “The Penguin team developed a differentiated and leading edge offering with Penguin Computing on Demand,” said Charles Wuischpard, CEO, Penguin Computing. “As a company, we are honored to be recognized by Intel for our offering. We will continue to devote our efforts into innovative solutions and maintain a leading role in the space.”
Penguin Computing offers integrated, Linux based solutions for the enterprise and High Performance Computing space, including the 444th most powerful supercomputer on the November Top500 list. Penguin offers a complete end-to-end portfolio of products and solutions including workstations, rackmount servers, custom server designs, power efficient rack solutions and turn-key clusters.