ANAHEIM, Calif., June 22, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- CMTL, (www.cmtlabs.com, (Computer Memory Test Labs)), announced today that it has initiated memory compatibility testing on Intel's Linux OS based server board, the S7200AP (Adam Pass). The board is designed for HPC workload environments requiring parallel computing processing performance. Up to 72 cores for optional support and 100Gb/s node interconnect. Six slots for DDR4, 2400Mhz registered ECC DIMMS to achieve a capacity of 384G.
CMTL President, John Deters stated, "S7200AP server board represents a significant departure from the standard Microsoft based server platforms CMTL has been receiving for the last 20 years. I believe the product addresses market segments such as server farms that want optimum performance with low overhead and of course reduced fees for the OS. Will be interesting to how well the platform is received."
About CMTL: Established in 1996 in cooperation with Intel, CMTL is an independent test lab that performs memory and flash product compatibility/functionality testing on computer platforms and systems. CMTL has performed over 26,000 tests to date.
Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. CMTL is a service mark of Computer Memory Test Labs Inc.
Contact: John Deters 770-238-2085
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