Implementation extends interoperability between key server components, lays the foundation for future P-core- and E-core-based Intel® Xeon® processors
Hyve Solutions Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of TD SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE: SNX) and a leading provider of hyperscale digital infrastructures, today announces it has extended its building block strategy by leveraging the Open Compute Project’s (OCP) Data Center Modular Hardware System (DC-MHS) specification.
Hyve will support the DC-MHS specification through various Hyve-designed motherboards, systems, and a roadmap of future products, including future P-core- and E-core-based Intel Xeon processors from Intel. A modular approach to server architectures makes it possible for Hyperscalers to use standard building blocks in building flexibly configured systems. This pays dividends in future proof designs spanning multiple generations, faster time to market, reduced ground-up custom engineering and improved sustainability, among other benefits.
“I commend Intel and those engaged with OCP’s DC-MHS Working Group, driving the creation of a spec that impacts the industry in such a positive way,” notes Steve Ichinaga, President, Hyve Solutions. “The DC-MHS modular server architecture is yet another way OCP works with the community to create and deliver innovation to the Hyperscale market.”
Product planning, interoperability and sustainability greatly benefit from the flexible computing infrastructure offered by Hyve’s building block strategy and previously announced Modified ORv3 spec, also stemming from OCP.
“We greatly appreciate our deep relationship with Hyve and the ingenuity driven by our collective partnership,” said Intel’s Zane Ball, CVP, GM, Data Center Platform Engineering and Architecture. “Delivering on the promise of the DC-MHS is yet another way Hyve continues to bring value and innovation to its customers.”
Since 2011, the Open Compute Project (OCP) has worked to promote open, standards-based technologies that improve efficiency and scalability across enterprise infrastructure from the edge to the datacenter core.
To learn more about Hyve's DC-MHS systems, visit the Hyve Solutions booth during the 2023 OCP Global Summit held Oct. 17-19 at the McHenry Convention Center in San Jose, CA. Look for them in Booth A9.
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