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Gigabyte Enterprise Products Compliant with Latest Standards in Open Compute Project

Including OCP 21" rack, TO23-H60 is single 2U compute node, TO23-BT0 2U tray, TO24-JD0 and TO24-JD1 JBOD server

Giga Computing, a subsidiary of Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., announced a new gen of enterprise products that follow the Open Compute Project (OCP) Open Rack Version 3 (ORV3) standards.

Gigabyte Ocp Systems 2 2303

Supporting the latest CPU advancements on both x86 and ARM platforms, these solutions have been designed for open, scalable, and efficient designs that are used in a range of deployments from small data centers to hyperscalers. This gen of the firm’s enterprise products will begin with compute and storage nodes based on ORV3 standards, in addition to a new rack and multi-node tray. Some notable modifications to the new version of open rack standards include supporting greater power density that is up to 30kW/rack with a new single 48V busbar and advanced cooling options such as direct liquid cooling (DLC). Data centers have greater options thanks to the expanding the company’s server portfolio for next gen processor technology.

Enterprise solutions for OCP ORV3:

OCP 21″ rack
Evolving with modern demands, the OCP standard reduces current draw and conduction losses. Power distribution in ORV1 relied on three 12V busbars, but that design was superseded by ORV2 with a single 12V busbar. However, as rack power density has the grabbed attention of data centers, a new single 48V busbar solution has become the latest standard. Incorporating the 48V busbar and rack compatibility and integration, the firm’s DO22-ST0 is a 42U rack that has up to both 18U and 20U of usable rack space above and below the included 1U power shelf, which supports up to 15kW from a 5+1 power supply configuration, and three sets of switch trays.

Intel compute node and node tray
For compute intensive workloads, the TO23-H60 is a single 2U compute node supporting
2 processors from the full SKU stack of 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable processors in addition to 2xGen4 x16 low-profile expansion slots, and a single OCP 3.0 mezzanine slot. Above the front IO and 3 slots are 4 hybrid 2.5″ bays for U.2./SATA/SAS drives. As this node complies with OCP ORV3 specification, 3 of these nodes can fully populate the TO23-BT0 that is a 2U tray purpose built for a high level of serviceability and compatibility.

TO23-H60 (rev. 100)

Gigabyte To23 H60 Front

3rd gen Xeon Scalable OCP compute node – 2U 3nodes 4-bay NVMe/SATA/SAS

  • 3rd gen. Intel Xeon Scalable processors
  • Dual processor, LGA 4189
  • 8-channel RDIMM/LRDIMM DDR4 per processor, 16 x DIMMs
  • 1xDedicated management port
  • 4×2.5″ Gen4 NVMe/SATA/SAS hot-swappable bays
  • 2xLP PCIe Gen4 x16 expansion slots
  • 1xOCP 3.0 Gen4 x16 mezzanine slot
  • 48V DC bus bar power solution

TO23-BT0 (rev. 100)

Gigabyte To23 Bt0 2303

  • 2U ORV3 node tray
  • For 3 x ORV3 2U nodes

JBOD server
Fulfilling the need to aggregate and share on-premises storage across servers using a JBOD enclosure, the
company’s TO24-JD0 and TO24-JD1 are 2 scale-out server options, each supporting up to 32x3.5″ or 2.5″ SAS drives with a 24G SAS interface for 6, 12, and 24Gb SAS devices and transfer rates. Using 30TB 2.5″ SSDs, a single server could support almost 1,000TB of storage in a 2U 21″ chassis. And these cost-effective JBOD solutions come in 2 flavors based on whether a user wants to connect to 1 or 2 HBAs. As is, the -JD0 is configured for a single host adapter that is upstream from the Broadcom SAS 4×32 expanders and drives, and the -JD1 is configured with dual host adapters for redundancy via both SAS paths using SAS expanders.

TO24-JD0 (rev. 100)

Gigabyte To24 Jd0 Front

ORV3 storage node

  • 2U rackmount, ORV3
  • 32×3.5″/2.5″ HDD/SSD bays
  • 1xdedicated management port
  • 3xBroadcom SAS 4X32 expanders
  • 4xMini-SAS HD ports
  • Aspeed AST2520 remote management controller

TO24-JD1 (rev. 100)

Gigabyte To24 Jd1 2303

ORV3 storage node

  • 2U rackmount, ORV3
  • 32×3.5″/2.5″ HDD/SSD bays
  • 1xdedicated management port
  • 6xBroadcom SAS 4X32 expanders
  • 8xMini-SAS HD ports
  • Aspeed AST2520 remote management controller

In the coming months are more diverse company’s designed compute nodes that support the latest gen of x86 processors from AMD and Intel, as well as Ampere processors on ARM architecture. And more storage configurations are coming that include U.3 and EDSFF drive options. Customers can expect availability in 2H23.

In conclusion, Giga Computing’s new gen of enterprise products based on the OCP ORV3 standards are set to change the data center industry, providing a range of options for customers to meet modern demands while reducing costs and improving resource optimization.