Taipei, Taiwan 1st of April 2016.
Netberg announces it’s support for the new Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family which was introduced today at the Intel Cloud Day event in San Francisco.
All our products were updated to support the new v4 processor family.
The new product family delivers improved performance for cloud tasks with more than 20 percent more cores and cache than the prior generation, supports faster memory, and includes other integrated technologies for accelerating a wide range of server, network and storage workloads. Security enhancements like workload isolation, security policy enforcement, and faster cryptography have been added to help protect data more effectively.
“The new Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 v4 product family contains many innovations that allow us to maximize the performance and efficiency of our solutions,” said Alex Ustyuzhanin, CEO of Netberg. “We have updated our products to keep our leading edge technology position and prove our dedication to delivering only the best software-defined infrastructure (SDI) building blocks so businesses can deliver new services faster and drive revenue growth.”
Netberg is a provider of advanced hardware solutions for data centers and enterprises worldwide. With vast expertise in hardware and software, we aim to provide the best solutions for servers, storage, Ethernet switches and integrated rack systems. More information about Netberg can be found at www.netbergtw.com
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