By 2022, open compute and density-optimized blades will represent over a quarter of servers shipped – reflecting the industry’s need to install .. Read more more DC servers with greater computing power per square meter. Indeed, open compute and density optimized-blade servers have become the norm as cloud service provider DCs attempt to bridge the widening time gap between CPU generations amid heightened demand for DC compute. These new servers have, in turn, given rise to alternate rack designs and even novel architectures such as shared resource blade chassis with credit card sized server nodes. Join our webinar to learn why density-optimized servers are the new imperative when outfitting data centers. We will discuss architectural options, how to optimize the server-workload match, and lessons from successful deployment use cases.
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