ICC launches MicroCloud C-415a, an 18-node, 4U system designed for hyperscale and cost effectiveness.
NORTHBROOK, Illinois – December 1, 2021. International Computer Concepts (ICC), a leading systems integrator of enterprise-level computing solutions now offers MicroCloud C-415a, a modular server system optimized for scale-out and high-performance computing at maximum density and efficiency with lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
ICC MicroCloud C-415a is an expertly configured 18-node system that comes in a 4U platform integrated with top-of-the-line Micron memory and supports the AMD Ryzen™ 5000 Series processors, including the AMD Ryzen™ 9 5950X Desktop Processor. The system comes with air, includes a full suite of management software, and is optimized for Web Hosting, Cloud Computing, Web Cache (CDN), and Application Delivery workflows.
“The new MicroCloud solution represents one of the biggest recent updates to ICC’s portfolio of optimized servers built for the high density, performance, efficiency and cost effectiveness required for today’s demanding server deployments,” said ICC’s Director of Development, Alexey Stolyar. “Our platform is integrated with AMD Ryzen 9 5950X CPUs, supports four DDR4 DIMM slots with up to 32GB of Micron DDR4 3200 ECC RDIMM memory per slot, and includes four M.2 slots for ultra-fast Micron PCI-E Gen 4 NVMe storage devices per node and a full suite of management software that will further lower the TCO for our data center customers. We feel that these systems will be especially beneficial for those looking for hosting dedicated and gaming servers.”
ICC MicroCloud C-415a
- RAM (per node): 4 DDR4 DIMM slots with up to 32GB of Micron DDR4 3200 ECC RDIMM memory per slot, server memory is based on Micron’s 1α DRAM node
- CPU: Up to Ryzen™ 9 5950X // 16 cores, 32 threads
- Ryzen 5950x Base Clock:4 GHz
- Ryzen 5950x Boost Clock:9 GHz[i]
- Storage Device Options (per node): includes 4 M.2 slots for Micron 7400 PCIe Gen4 SSDs or 2 slots for SATA 6Gb/s Micron 5300 SSDs and supports RAID 0,1,10
- Cooling: Air-cooled
“The AMD Ryzen 9 5950X delivers high-performance enhancements to the ICC MicroCloud C-415a bringing elevated and highly efficient computing systems to life,” said John Morris, corporate vice president, Enterprise and HPC Group, AMD. “We are proud to bring the multi-core performance of Ryzen and the power efficiency of AMD “Zen 3” architecture to ICC customers in this new, modular server system.”
“Micron’s broad portfolio of memory and storage products enable ICC’s customers to optimize system performance. Products such as the new Micron 7400 Enterprise SSD with PCIe Gen4 speed combined with Micron’s advanced 1α-based server DRAM options, allow for greater flexibility and performance in ICC’s new MicroCloud system.” said Erica Rose, director of worldwide channel marketing for Micron.
ICC MicroCloud are thoroughly tested and ready to ship to customers immediately. For more information, visit www.icc-usa.com.
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About International Computer Concepts (ICC)
International Computer Concepts (ICC) is a leading provider of IT technology. Since 1993, ICC has been integrating computing systems with the latest hardware and software components to meet the ever-changing business and IT requirements of its clients. With a focus on technical expertise and delivering energy-efficient and high-performance solutions, ICC uses only the best components available to design and assemble computing systems. Based in Northbrook, Illinois, ICC works closely with clients that include local businesses, multinational corporations, institutions of higher learning, and government agencies to equip them with superb computers.
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For more information on International Computer Concepts (ICC), visit https://www.icc-usa.com/microcloud-solution/.
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[i] Max boost for AMD Ryzen processors is the maximum frequency achievable by a single core on the processor running a bursty single-threaded workload. Max boost will vary based on several factors, including, but not limited to: thermal paste; system cooling; motherboard design and BIOS; the latest AMD chipset driver; and the latest OS updates. GD-150.