ZT Systems Announces XPO200 3U PCIe Expansion Solution Based on Microsoft’s Project Olympus and Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors at OCP Global Summit 2019
SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mar 14, 2019--ZT Systems, a premiere provider of innovative compute and storage solutions for hyperscale datacenters, today announced the XPO200-3UN PCIe Expansion System with Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, based on Microsoft’s Project Olympus. One of multiple ZT Systems 3U solutions based on Project Olympus, the XPO200-3UN leverages powerful Intel Xeon Scalable processors to deliver outstanding flexibility, performance and value in a range datacenter applications including mission-critical and hybrid cloud workloads, real-time analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
“As a Gold Member of the Open Compute Project and Open Compute Solution Provider, ZT Systems is pleased to demonstrate this new solution with Intel,” said Raymond Miles, ZT Systems VP of Architecture. “The XPO200-3UN PCIe Expansion System with Intel Xeon Scalable processors is an innovative option for customers looking to drive efficiency in large scale compute and storage environments. XPO200 solutions from ZT Systems bring the powerful cost effectiveness of Microsoft’s Project Olympus to a broad range of organizations.”
“Intel is excited to see the proliferation of solutions based on Project Olympus and Intel Xeon Scalable processors,” said Jeff Wittich, Senior Director of Cloud Service Provider (CSP) Business Strategy and Product Enabling at Intel. “The Project Olympus platform delivers outstanding performance for today’s cloud, AI, and deep learning workloads, and working with innovators like ZT Systems accelerates delivery of these solutions to leading cloud and internet infrastructure providers.”
“This ZT Systems solution delivers a flexible platform for modern datacenter applications,” said Kushagra Vaid, General Manager and Distinguished Engineer, Azure Hardware Infrastructure, Microsoft Corp. “As the leading open source hardware standard, Microsoft’s Project Olympus specification continues to evolve to meet the needs of next-generation datacenters and Microsoft values ZT Systems’ ability to design and deliver flexible Olympus-based solutions.”
ZT Systems XPO200 Server Solutions combine the groundbreaking energy efficiency, performance, versatility and cost effectiveness of Microsoft’s Project Olympus platform with ZT’s hyperscale-focused integration, supply chain and deployment capabilities. Customers benefit from ZT’s unique experience deploying platforms featuring these technologies into real-world hyperscale environments. The XPO200-3UN PCIe Expansion System with Intel Xeon Scalable processors and based on Microsoft’s Project Olympus can be seen at the Open Compute Global Summit in the ZT Systems Booth A17.
About ZT Systems
With over 24 years of experience, ZT Systems is a leading supplier of hyperscale compute and storage solutions. Headquartered in Secaucus, NJ, ZT’s global manufacturing spans the US, EMEA and APAC. A trusted design, manufacturing, and logistics partner, ZT serves data center operators from enterprise organizations to the largest cloud providers. Through close, confidential customer engagement, ZT leverages deep experience with hyperscale workloads and supply chain considerations to develop application-tailored solutions. Flexible, purpose-built manufacturing capabilities enable ZT to sustain high quality while accommodating the dynamic nature of hyperscale. Integrated rack-level solutions are shipped worldwide with an industry-leading delivery SLA, and supported with global service and RMA capabilities. ZT’s commitment to operational excellence is demonstrated by a strong track record of on-time delivery.
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