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Wiwynn Introduces Servers Featuring Arm-Based CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs

Built to Meet Customer Demand for Scalable, Secure Accelerated Computing, Systems to be Submitted for NVIDIA Certification

Taipei, Taiwan — June 1, 2021 Wiwynn (TWSE: 6669), an innovative cloud IT infrastructure provider for data centers, today introduces its new accelerated computing servers featuring Arm Neoverse™-based CPUs as well as NVIDIA® GPUs, enabling enterprises to support a wide range of demanding workloads in data centers.

Accelerated workloads abound across all industries. While the need for accelerated computing is becoming more and more commonplace, network traffic within the data center is also rising exponentially. Additionally, as data ingest has grown at the edge, inference and analytics must be performed at the point of action.

Wiwynn’s servers can help customers overcome the challenge. With secure, reliable, and high-speed networking, applications can easily process the large amounts of data required by these workloads.

Wiwynn is announcing systems with Arm CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs for high-performance AI computing. Currently in development, the servers are expected to be available by the end of this year and will be submitted for NVIDIA certification with testing of AI compute performance and compatibility for single- and multi-node AI infrastructure.

The Arm platform delivers high energy efficiency, provides comparable performance to x86 systems, and supports a wide range of applications across AI, supercomputing, gaming, and edge use cases. The Arm-based systems are well positioned for data centers of the future to meet the ramping compute demand while meeting stringent power budgets.

Wiwynn aggressively invests in next-generation technologies for workload optimization and best total cost of ownership. Its upcoming systems will conform to NVIDIA’s design best practices and will be submitted to certification tests that validate the best system configurations for performance, manageability, scalability, and security.

“Wiwynn actively participates in advanced computing and storage system designs while constantly implementing the benefits of OCP into data centers,” said Steven Lu, Wiwynn’s Senior Vice President of Product Development. “With NVIDIA expertise and technology in our upcoming severs, enterprises can confidently choose performance-optimized solutions and securely and optimally run their accelerated computing workloads—both in smaller configurations and at scale.”

Wiwynn has been collaborating with NVIDIA since the announcement that NVIDIA Accelerates Arm from Cloud to Edge at GTC China.  Wiwynn looks forward to introducing the most energy-efficient computing and optimized server design to worldwide cloud service providers and enterprise.

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About Wiwynn

Wiwynn is an innovative cloud IT infrastructure provider of high-quality computing and storage products, plus rack solutions for leading data centers. We aggressively invest in next generation technologies for workload optimization and best TCO (Total Cost of Ownership). As an OCP (Open Compute Project) solution provider and platinum member, Wiwynn actively participates in advanced computing and storage system designs while constantly implementing the benefits of OCP into traditional data centers.


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