In the spring of last year, marking the emergence on the market of a new class of servers, the system first began selling HP Moonshot, built on processors Intel Atom S1260 (2,0 GHz).
At the end of September this year, HP ProLiant Moonshot family joins the first server on a 64-bit architecture ARM – HP ProLiant m400.
In servers HP ProLiant m400 used SoC X-Gene Server on a Chip Production AppliedMicro (architecture ARM v8-A) and the operating system Canonical Ubuntu.
Were simultaneously presented server HP ProLiant m800 on SoC Texas Instruments 66AK2Hx with four core ARM Cortex-A15.
Recently, HP has added to the family of HP ProLiant Moonshot model model m710 processors Intel Xeon E3-1284L v3.
As a whole for servers Moonshot, for the m710 is characterized by high energy efficiency and computing density.
According to the manufacturers, particularly suitable for the m710 are such loads as the delivery of applications, video transcoding, web-servers.
Availability configuration Intel Xeon E3-1284L v3 GPU Iris Pro 5200 eliminates the need to install a video card.
Incidentally, this is the only representative of the family Intel Xeon E3-1200 v3, equipped with an integrated graphics core.
Four core processor can execute up to eight threads simultaneously teams and a 6 MB cache in the third level.
The base frequency of the processor is 1.8 GHz, the maximum frequency of the Turbo Boost – 3,2 GHz. The processor is characterized by TDP 47 watts.
The server has 32GB of DDR3-1600 memory and SSD of 120 or 480 GB size M.2, two 10GbE ports with support for RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE).
The chassis features a port QSFP + (4x40GbE or 16x10GbE).
At the same time a model of HP Moonshot ProLiant m350 processors Intel Atom C2730.
Given that 4.3U rack fits 180 servers, each of which has eight processor cores, m350 is the leading systems HP Moonshot System on computational density. This server is designed for hosting.