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Tokyo, Japan, 2016/09/13 - NEC Corporation announced the global release of a new Express5800/A2000 Series of enterprise servers for Windows and Linux operating systems with the latest Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 v4 Family (up to 24 CPU cores) - NEC.com. NEC; TSE: 6701
NEC Corporation today announced the global release of a new Express5800/A2000 Series of enterprise servers for Windows and Linux operating systems with the latest Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 v4 Family (up to 24 CPU cores), suitable for mission critical systems and processing Big Data.
"Armed with the latest CPU technology, the new server provides an approximate 20% performance increase in its 4 CPU server model. Moreover, in addition to maintaining the enhanced availability features of server components from the previous generation server, such as memory and I/O card, the new server offers a platform solution that is ideal for mission critical systems and big data processing," said Takashi Suzuki, Deputy General Manager, IT Platform Division, NEC Corporation.
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