Fujitsu has added non-volatile random-access memory (NVRAM) technology to its new-generation Primergy and PrimeQuest servers based on Intel Xeon Scalable processors.

Support for Intel Optane DC persistent memory delivers turbo-charged data processing, enabling applications to derive insights from data much faster, even when dealing with massive amounts of information.

The M5 generation of Primergy as well as new PrimeQuest servers which incorporate performance-enhancing new NVRAM persistent memory. This brings data much closer to processors, therefore reducing internal data transfer times between processing and storage. Cutting system latency times accelerates the performance of critical data workloads, from cloud services to on-premise databases.

Further system upgrades enable the new Primergy M5 generation and the second-generation PrimeQuest 3000 series server models to support more simultaneous users and more virtual machines per system.

 

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