Servergy Brings New Class of Enterprise Server Expertise to the Power Architecture(R) Eco-system
Servergy to debut innovative solutions at ASIA Power Architecture® Conference, October 25 in Shanghai, China. Conference delivers unique opportunity about the future vision and application of Power Architecture technology.
Piscataway, NJ (PRWEB) November 06, 2012
Power.org, the organization that promotes and develops standards for Power Architecture® technology globally, today announced its newest member, Servergy, the leader in new class of hyper-efficient high-performance enterprise servers. Developing with Power Architecture technology, Servergy will introduce a new class of next generation high-density high-bandwidth Power Linux enterprise server during the 2012 ASIA Power Architecture® conference, a one day, executive conference to be held in Shanghai, China, October 25, 2012.
"We're pleased to welcome Servergy and its new class of hyper-efficient high-density servers into the Power.org family," said chairman, Elmer Corbin. "The IT and consumer electronics industries are currently in cycles of dramatic innovation -- with new form factors and digital technologies being introduced more rapidly than ever before. Power-based semiconductors allow industry innovators, like Servergy, to bring new leading-edge products to market that continue to broaden a robust Power eco-system."
"Because of its investment in Linux and collaborative development, Servergy is in a natural position to help advance the market for hyper-efficient, high-performance servers. The company's approach to building Power Architecture™-based, enterprise-class Linux machines can help drastically reduce the energy footprint of traditional data center servers," said Jim Zemlin, Executive Director at The Linux Foundation. “The Linux Foundation continues working with Power.org in broadening the global Power Linux based eco-system and helping support their upcoming 2012 Asia Power Architecture Conference.”
By 2015 there will be up to 10X more servers than today. Up to 80% of data centers are in need of refreshing their servers with new equipment. Energy-Efficiency is the top reason cited by Data Centers for their need to expand. Leveraging it's low energy technology, the new Power Linux volume servers help drastically reduce the power, cooling and space costs for global data centers.
“Servergy is proud to be a new member of the global power.org community of top global companies who are excited about innovation, collaboration and growth of Power Architecture,” said Bill Mapp, Servergy CEO and Founder. “Servergy provides an exciting and complimentary new entry point solution that helps significantly expand the reach and migration path up the rich eco-system of the Power Linux value chain. Servergy has introduced an innovative new enterprise class of hyper-efficient high performance Power Linux ™ servers that literally help pay for themselves by lowering power, cooling and space costs by up to 80% or more.”
In response to the explosive demand for Power Architecture technology throughout Asia, Power.org's™ ASIA Power Architecture conference will herald the 21st anniversary of Power Architecture technology and disclose future vision and application of the technology.
ASIA Power Architecture® conference at-a-glance:
Date: October 25, 2012
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Riverfront Business Hotel, Shanghai
Registration: Attendance is complimentary. For registration information, visit http://www.power.org/events/2012-asia-power-architecture-conference/.
Power.org, the organization that promotes and develops standards for Power Architecture® technology, is celebrating 21 years of innovation leading to unrivaled market leadership and a collaborative ecosystem that will continue advancing and creating new technology across an increasing breadth of markets and applications. For more details, visit http://www.power.org.
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