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AMI OEM Server Systems With Aptio V Support for Diablo Memory1

UEFI firmware features with Memory1 system memory module.
This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2016.09.14

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American Megatrends Inc. (AMI) announced an OEM server systems with Aptio V support for Diablo Technologies Inc.' Memory1.

Over the span of a year, AMI worked alongside Diablo to integrate Aptio V UEFI firmware features with Memory1 system memory module. With firm's support for Memory1 technology, OEMs in the server industry can expect higher capacities and greater performance when creating their system solutions.

Together, Aptio V and Memory1 add memory capacity and economic value to OEMs, and also provide the tools to create high quality hardware solutions for their end users.

The first shipment of server systems with this support is publicly available and Aptio V is updated for Memory1 to support 3rd and 4th generation Xeon (D- and E-series) server processors.

Aptio V represents the 'next generation' of UEFI BIOS firmware and comes equipped with support for the latest UEFI specifications. The company leads in the UEFI/BIOS industry with over 30 years of development experience - and Aptio V is designed to exceed the expectations of various market segments, specifically the server, embedded, tablet, client, and ARM markets.

Diablo Technologies Memory1

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Memory1 is a system memory solution that efficiently optimizes big data applications by providing up to 2TB of application memory in a single, dual-socket server. Memory1 128GB all-flash DDR4 DIMMs integrate with standard servers without changes to the OS, hardware or applications. With Memory1, OEMs can lower the TCO for end users - creating more performance per server to benefit big data analytics, database and cloud applications. Diablo's system memory solution is production released and available through select server OEMs.

"This partnership with AMI has enabled a rapid market launch and the success of Memory1 in delivering big memory for big data," said Mark Stibitz, CEO, Diablo. "Incorporating Memory1 support into Aptio V, the UEFI firmware solution for servers, provides multiple advantages to OEMs and end-users, along with the confidence of having a robust, easy to deploy, industry-standard solution."

"The collaboration between AMI and Diablo to integrate Aptio V with DDR4 Memory1 modules is another sign of our commitment to embrace the very latest hardware protocols and standards in server design," said Subramonian Shankar, president, CEO and founder, AMI. "We share the excitement of Diablo to be able to provide our OEMs with support for this technology, as we see its vast potential as the industry continues to move towards high-capacity, low cost, energy-efficient memory solutions for datacenter and big data applications."

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