CY7 (ARM OEM Modular Server)
Form Factor: ½ Rack U (1.000 mm standard rack “back to back” installation)
Processor slots: 7 x CYOne - pluggable independant computing units
Internal interconnect: 2 X Gbps Ethernet switches
External connection: 2 X Gbps Ethernet ports
Drive bays, HDD: 6 X 3,5' SATA Hard Drives, software controlled staggered spin up
Solid state storage SSD: 2 X mSATA modules
Cooling: 5 brushless ball bearing Fans
Power Supply: 150W switching power supply, 90 to 264 AC V, 47 to 63 Hz
Size and weight: L 450 mm W 600 mm H 40 mm ~ 10 Kg with 7 cpu modules, 6 x 4TB HDD's and 2 mSATA modules
Certifications: CE and FCC
CYOne (Computing module for CY7)
Form Factor: Pluggable module for CY7
CPU: 1 Ghz Marvell Armada 370 ARMv7 with FPU
Memory: 1 GB DDR3 1333 MT/s SDRAM
Flash storage: 128 MB NAND flash
Pinouts: 2 X SATA 2.0, 1 USB 2.0, 2 X 1 Gbps LAN, 1 serial, 3 bit digital input
Power consumption: 2,5 W
Certifications: CE and FCC
Kernel: Linux plain Vanilla Kernel, 3.13.X (ARM Device Tree native support)
Software Distros: Debian 7.x / Ubuntu 13.x – armhf
- Exabyte scale object and block Cloud storage with GlusterFS, Ceph or other clustered network filesystems
- AWS S3 Compatible Object Store with REST interface
- Big Data Analytics with Hadoop
- Parallel computing for scientific research
- Web serving for higly distribuited Cloud environments
The “cellular” architecture of CY7 is designed to allow infinite scale computing with no single points of failure. Each computing module is a network node of his own; internal interconnection keeps communication between the nodes, while outside/cluster connectivity is provided by two ethernet interfaces.
When used for Cloud storage it scales linearly in capacity AND speed with the addition of more units. Best used in a “fail & play” model where the the failure of some of the computing/storage nodes is accounted from the start: failed equipment is simply turned off, not serviced or repaired by technicians, lowering the TCO of the solution.
Open Source friendly and fully Linux compatible it uses the first ARM processor natively supported by the standard Linux Vanilla kernel: no need to install vendor patches and/or customized (often not current) customized kernels/distros.
CY7 servers are available for ordering today!
The world's first OEM modular ARM servers are developed by Cynny for her Social Cloud in collaboration with Ambedded Technologies.
Manufactured in Taiwan to ensure the best product quality and the lowest production cost they are now available for ordering also by third parties.
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