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Wiwynn® SV7220G3-V (2U OCP server)

SV7220G3-S (Standard) / SV7220G3-V (Balanced) / SV7220G3-V+ (Performance)

2U 3Node OCP server

Performance optimized 2U 3Node OCP server with four 2.5 inch drives for computing-intensive applications
Where to Buy
Next Generation of Infrastructure to Fuel Cloud Applications
Wiwynn SV7220G3 Series features Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family, which represents a major architectural leap forward in processor platform advancements. This new architecture delivers impressive performance gains of up to 4.2x higher scalability for virtualized workloads as compared with the 4-year-old systems widely used in the market today, allowing customers to run more diverse variety of workloads on each system.
Designed for Optimized Energy Utilization with Computing Power
Inherit the vanity free concept of OCP, this new generation of 2U3Node computing server realized the commitment of OCP to minimize infrastructure power and cost by removing unnecessary components. Hence, the SV7220G3 gets significant 28~40% higher performance per watts than traditional design servers.
Various SKUs for Computing-intensive Applications
The high density 2U3Node architecture is approved by OCP having the optimized power efficiency is widely deployed in hyper-scale datacenters for computing-intensive applications. Wiwynn SV7220G3-S, the latest product based on this architecture, is your best choice. Another advanced model, SV7220G3-V with four 2.5” drive trays offers enhanced I/O performance.
Hot-plug Server and Front-access I/O for Easy Installation and Maintenance
Through simple, innovative and improved cable management and efficient thermal design, this hot-plug server allows easy replacement and maintenance. 80% of the service parts of SV7220G3 can be easily replaced in 3 minutes.
Chipset Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family
Memory Up to 768GB; 8GB/16GB/32GB DDR4 up to 2666MT/s; 12 DIMM slots
Chipset Intel® C621 series ‧ TPM 2.0
System Bus Intel® UltraPath Interconnect; 10.4GT/s; 9.6 GT/s
Processor Sockets Two per node (3 server nodes in a 2 OU shelf)
Storage Four 2.5" hot-plug drive bay per node: ‧ SAS/ SATA HDD ‧ RAID 0/1/10 M.2 SSD Module ‧ 1 (Option on carrier card)
Expansion Slots Two (PCIe x16) FHHL slots, or One (PCIex16) and two (PCIex8) slots One OCP Mezzanine card (PCI-e x16) for: ‧ Single/Dual 10GbE DA/SFP+ ports (option) ‧ Single/Dual 25GbE SFP28 ports (option) ‧ Single/Dual 40GbE QSFP ports (option)
Management LAN One GbE RJ45 port
Remote Management IPMI v2.0 compliant and iKVM support Wiwynn Cluster Manager (option)
Power Consumption 108W (Idle); 330W (Max)
Power Supply Centralized OCP Power Shelf
Dimensions 2OU (Open Rack); 174 (W) x 880 (D) x 89 (H) (mm)
Weight 6.9 kg ~ 7.3 kg (per node)
OS Support List RedHat® Enterprise Linux® 7.4 Red Hat® OpenStack Platform (x86_64) 10.0~13.0 Ubuntu 18.04 Windows® 2016

 Web Server

High-computing and high power efficiency

Bandwidth throttling to limit the speed of responses. Support web applications and web services with the compact combination of High-computing and high power efficiency.

The most simple definition is that a Web server runs a website by returning HTML files over an HTTP connection. This definition may have been true in the early days of the Internet, but the line has blurred between websites, Web applications and Web services, etc.

For example, a server that delivers an XML document to another device can be a Web server. A better definition might be that a Web server is any Internet server that responds to HTTP requests to deliver content and services.

Common features

1. Virtual hosting to serve many web sites using one IP address

2. Large file support to be able to serve files whose size is greater than 2. 2 GB on 32 bit OS

3. Bandwidth throttling to limit the speed of responses in order to not saturate the network and to be able to serve more clients

4. Server-side scripting to generate dynamic web pages, still keeping web server and website implementations separate from each other



 Intel Xeon Processor-based Servers

supports the next generation Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable family to address the growing demands of high-performance computing

The New Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family

With the official release of the next generation Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable family, Wiwynn® is thrilled to announce at the same time the availability of the latest server solutions. The Wiwynn All New Intel® Xeon® Servers Family are designed for workload optimization in OCP (Open Compute Project), OCS (Open CloudServers) and EIA 19-inch architectures.

  • Multi-node servers: SV7220G3, SV302G3 models

  • Multi-purpose: SV300G3, SV5100G3 models

Features Highlights

The new Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable family represents a major architectural leap forward in processor architecture and platform advancements, delivering workload-optimized performance for compute, network and storage. The new Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable family is to address the growing demands of high-performance computing. In general, the new Intel® architecture delivers impressive performance gains of up to 3.9x higher scalability for virtualized workloads as compared with the 4-year-old systems widely used in the market today. it features the following great features:

  • Intel® AVX-512 (Advanced Vector Extensions 512)
  • Intel® VMD (Volume Management Device)
  • Intel® RDT (Resource Director Technology)
  • Intel® QAT (QuickAssist Technology)

Check out the latest video introducing the new Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable family servers!




 RSD Enabled Products

Racks and System Software

Intel® Rack Scale Design is a logical architecture that enables scalable pooled resources and minimizes underutilization.

What is Intel Rack Scale Design?     

Although modern development of cloud computing allows server virtualization on a physical node, resource in a node, such as CPU, storage, memory, could fall short for some applications while others are excessive in utilization.

Some applications are more computation power hungry, while the others in need of storage space. Hence, the demand of flexibly composing a node with extensible resources has grown to address the resource optimization. 

Intel Rack Scale Design is a logical architecture that enables scalable pooled resources and minimizes underutilization. 

Simply put, Intel RSD unlocks resources from physical servers, creates virtual pools of resource, applies resources to application workloads, composes resources and reconfigures as requirements change. 

Wiwynn Cluster Manager and Intel RSD 

As a leading hardware provider in the industry, Wiwynn has been working closely with Intel to realizing the flexibility of composing a node.

Wiwynn implements features of Rack Scale Design and integrates Wiwynn Cluster Manager to realize software-defined data centers. Wiwynn is the only player that finishes RSD integration and NVMe pooling. 

Other Resources 

Whitepaper (2017.10.20)
Design Concept (2017.04.26)
Operatoring UI (2017.09.05)

Wiwynn RSD Enabled Products 


Category File Title Release Date Actions
Datasheet SV7220G3 Datasheet 2018/12/12 Download
Certification UL 2018/05/05 Download
Certification CB 2018/05/05 Download
Certification CE 2018/05/05 Download
Certification FCC 2018/05/05 Download
User Manual SV7220G3 User Manual 2018/02/12 Download
User Manual SV7220G3 BIOS UM 2018/04/18 Download
AVL AVL SV7220G3 2018/10/26 Download
Firmware BIOS_P06 2018/11/07 Download
Firmware BMC_P204 2018/11/07 Download