Server nodes in the PRIMERGY CX600 M1 use a common, shared infrastructure, with central cooling fans and hot-plug power supplies integrated into the chassis. This reduces energy consumption while also allowing individual nodes to be serviced without affecting others. Furthermore, the full redundancy of shared components ensures uniform higher system availability.
Customers can also choose Fujitsu’s innovative direct-to-chip hot water (45°C / 113°F) based Cool-Central® Liquid Cooling, which removes heat directly from the server’s CPU and voltage regulator module. This alone can halve data center cooling costs and allows for higher density, enabling implementation of even the most ambitious HPC projects without the need to increase power and cooling supplies in existing data centers.
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Date: 20 June, 2016