Inspur’s 4-Socket Server Achieves SPECpower Benchmark Record, Performance-to-Power Ratio up by 52.4 Percent

first_img WhatsApp TAGS  Previous articlePPG’s Humbert Recognized With American Chemical Society Pittsburgh AwardNext articleInspur’s Four-Socket Server Sets SPEC jbb2015 Record for Java Application Performance Digital AIM Web Support Twitter Facebook Facebook Twitter SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– Inspur Information, a leading IT infrastructure solutions provider, announced the Inspur NF8480M6, a high-end 4-socket rackmount server, achieved record power and performance evaluation, carried out by Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC), a non-profit corporation formed to establish, maintain and endorse standardized benchmarks. Inspur NF8480M6 shows a performance-to-power ratio that is 52.4 percent higher than similarly configured systems. For a similar workload, the power consumption of Inspur NF8480M6 equals only 47.6 percent of the energy needed for other systems. For data centers with over one million servers, the adoption of full Inspur energy-saving servers equates to over $142 million (USD) of power saving per year. SPECpower—ssj 2008 is a SPEC-defined power-performance benchmark that uses the standard Java Development Kit (JDK) to calculate the overall server performance and the power consumption for each workload to generate a performance-to-power ratio. The SPECpower benchmark is the first industry-standard benchmark that evaluates the power and performance characteristics of single server and multi-node servers. It is used to compare power and performance among different servers and serves as a tool to improve server efficiency. The test result released by SPECpower is mandated by The United States Department of Energy’s (DOE) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) in their server certification programs. “With the large-scale application of 5G, cloud computing, and other emerging technologies, and the surging needs from users, data centers are set to grow with increasing power consumption.” said Alan Chang, deputy general manager of server product line at Inspur. To fully unleash the computing potential of Inspur servers, Inspur engineers optimized the design of server components and temperature monitor systems to maximize energy utilization.With more space reserved for CPU and memory and a larger cooling pad, Inspur NF8480M6 supports server components and configurations that consume more energy while lowering the power consumption of the fan by over 26 percent. Inspur NF8480M6 increases the CPU power consumption by nearly 23 percent and cooling performance by 22 percent.By adding temperature sensors to both the front panels and mounting ears of the server, Inspur NF8480M6 optimizes the temperature monitoring for the air inlet area and offers more accurate temperature control.Smart temperature control technology based on the PID algorithm enables fan control for specific segments to optimize temperature field and flow field. Variable-speed fan control based on the power or thermal readings makes sure that the temperature for all server components falls into the desired range. This also lowers the amount of electric current flows and power consumption of fans, which in turn saves the energy consumed by cooling. About Inspur Inspur Electronic Information Industry Co., LTD is a leading provider of data center infrastructure, cloud computing, and AI solutions, ranking among the world’s top 3 server manufacturers. Through engineering and innovation, Inspur delivers cutting-edge computing hardware design and extensive product offerings to address important technology arenas like open computing, cloud data center, AI and deep learning. Performance-optimized and purpose-built, our world-class solutions empower customers to tackle specific workloads and real-world challenges. To learn more, please go to View source version on CONTACT: Perri Sumbang Allison+Partners [email protected] Liu Inspur Information [email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: TECHNOLOGY SOFTWARE NETWORKS INTERNET HARDWARE ELECTRONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION DATA MANAGEMENT CONSUMER ELECTRONICS VOIP SOURCE: Inspur Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 09:07 AM/DISC: 02/09/2021 09:07 AM Inspur’s 4-Socket Server Achieves read more

Three Snow Women’s Volleyball Players Headed To Division I

first_imgFebruary 4, 2020 /Sports News – Local Three Snow Women’s Volleyball Players Headed To Division I Written by Tags: Snow Women’s Volleyball FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailEPHRAIM, Utah-Three members of the Snow College women’s volleyball program have announced plans to transfer to Division-I programs, all within the state of Utah. Andreanna McKee and Bridget Triplett transferred mid-year to Southern Utah University, and Sarah Morley has singed to play for Weber State University, beginning Fall 2020.Andreanna McKee, a 6-1 outside hitter from Brigham City, Utah, totaled 293 kills during the 2019 season, averaging 2.42 kills per set. She hit a stellar .272 on the season and chipped in 51 blocks on the season. McKee earned All-Region honorable mention honors, and was named to the Region XVIII All-Tournament team after helping lead the Badgers to the 2019 Region XVIII Tournament Championship.Bridget Triplett, a 6-1 middle blocker from Hunstville, Utah, hit .204 on the season, racking up 91 kills on 260 attempts. Triplett collected 81 blocks on the season, averaging 1.29 blocks per set. Triplett helped lead the Badgers to a 3-1 win over Southern Idaho with a season-high eight kills and six blocks. She had seven games during the season where she hit .400 or better.Sarah Morley, a 5-6 outside hitter from Payson, Utah, earned Second Team All-Region honors after ranking second on the Snow College roster with 321 kills. Morley averaged 2.7 kills per set and hit .209 on the season. As a six-rotation outside, Sarah also ranked second on the team with 343 digs. Sarah was named the Region XVIII Tournament MVP after racking up 25 kills in the Badgers’ 3-2 win over Utah State Eastern in the championship game. In the semifinals, Morley totaled 17 kills. For the tournament, she averaged 4.7 kills per set. Morley will transfer to Weber State and will compete for playing time as a libero/defensive specialist.The Badger trio become the 12th, 13th, and 14th players to transfer to four-year programs over the past four seasons, including the 8th, 9th, and 10th players to transfer to NCAA Division-I programs. Over the past four seasons, players from the Snow College volleyball program have transferred to a number of D-I programs, including Boise State (1), Brigham Young (2), Southern Utah (4), Weber State (1), and Utah State (2). Other players have transferred to Dixie State, Southwestern Oklahoma State, Bethel, and Southern Virginia. Brad Jameslast_img