Huawei is introducing new server products based on the latest Intel Xeon processors.
At last week's IDF 2014 in Shenzhen, Huawei showcased its RH8100 V3 eight-socket mission-critical server, the RH5885H V3 four-socket mission-critical server, and the E9000 converged architecture blade server, all of which use Intel Xeon E7 v2. Huawei also showcased FusionCube and its high-performance computing (HPC) solutions that use Huawei’s innovative servers, and the Trusted FusionCloud solution that includes Huawei next-generation TPM2.0 servers.
Huawei RH8100 V3 runs on Intel’s Xeon E7-8800 v2 processor. Huawei's hardware partitioning technology is leveraged to divide a single eight-socket server into two four-socket servers to support the evolution of processors over the next ten years, addressing the future high-speed interconnection requirements of the next three generations.
The RH5885H V3 four-socket rack server provides 53 RAS features and is powered by the Xeon E7-48000 v2 processor. It offers double the computing performance and triple the memory capacity when compared with Huawei’s RH5885 V2. In addition, up to 16 PCIe slots can be used to address customer requirements for service expansion.
The Huawei E9000 converged architecture blade server converges computing, storage, switching, and management.
Huawei’s FusionCube solution uses the Huawei E9000 converged architecture blade server and enables the automatic deployment of computing, converged network, storage, virtualization, and middleware.
Huawei also showcased its Trusted FusionCloud solution that uses servers based on Huawei's next-generation TPM2.0 technology at IDF 2014. TPM2.0 security chips and Intel Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) together ensure secure and trusted virtualization and cloud computing platforms. TPM virtualization technology (vTPM) enables trust in software running on virtual machines. Huawei’s FusionSphere cloud operating system protects system integrity using TPM2.0 server and vTPM technology. TPM2.0 enables bidirectional access and health checks between cloud resources and terminals.