Reference Platforms Support Next-Gen Video Server Systems

Reference Platforms Support Next-Gen Video Server Systems

MBX Systems’ reference platforms are tailored for next-generation video applications requiring extreme speed and storage performance including delivery of 4K 3D video. The reference designs can be adapted to any size base server, fully customized for each user, and employed to create powerhouse hardware solutions for applications ranging from post-production processing to video content creation and content delivery networks (CDNs). They combine the latest Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) SSDs with and without 3D NAND flash, helium drives, Intel Xeon v4 Broadwell-Ep processors, and other technologies to support increasingly demanding video workloads. Components include Seagate Nytro XF1440/ XM1440, Intel DC P3500/P3600/P3700 or Samsung 850/863/950/951 NVMe drives featuring read speeds up to 2,500 MzHzHHB/s per drive; Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4 processors boasting 2,400-MHz frequencies, Intel Turbo Boost Technology, and up to 22 cores and 44 threads per socket enabling 8% faster memory performance and a 24% improvement in other operations over predecessor solutions; Intel Visual Compute Accelerators for lightning-fast video encoding and 4K video handling.

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