Inspur, a leading data center and AI full stack solution provider, today revealed the latest Open Computing innovations that continue to advance open computing systems. Offerings include OCP Cloud Optimized Shelving Solutions for SAP HAHA workloads. The Inspur NF8260M5 server integrates OCP-approved hardware optimized with 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane persistent memory and is certified for SAP HANA®. The open network solution together with SONiC through two switch offerings will be a new contribution to the OCP community. The recently introduced OAI (Open Accelerator Infrastructure) UBB MX1 system, a 21-inch Full Rack OAM solution, provides efficiency, flexibility and management.
OCP Cloud Optimized Rack Solution
The four-socket, high-density cloud-optimized platform for the CSP market, jointly announced by Inspur and Intel at last year’s OCP Global Summit, the NF8260M5 delivers energy efficiency to enable the highest number of core racks while lowering TCO. This optimized cloud solution has been adopted by customers in the hyperscale, Fintech Cloud, enterprise and other segments that require high compute workloads.
This high-density 2U 4-socket Inspur NF8260M5 server is validated for 2nd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, optimized with Intel Optane persistent memory, and certified for SAP HANA®.
The OCP Cloud Rack Solution Optimized for SAP HANA is a fully integrated rack solution that combines OCP-recognized hardware and validated software to provide duplicable database capacity at a lower price. Customers who have multiple older SAP HANA gene nodes, where memory capacity is a limiting factor, can upgrade multiple analytical nodes (scale out) to one aggregated (upgrade) analytical node with more Memory database capacity.
Network Solutions Inspur
Additionally, Inspur has joined the SONiC community and will provide a shared open network solution with Sonic through its two switch offerings, the Inspur SC5630EL 25GE high density TOR switch and the Spine-leaf SC8661SL 100GE switch with interface cards that support hot swap.