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Extreme scenario optimization design: Inspur new generation of M5 servers

Inspur's new generation of M5 series servers support the latest Intel CLX-R processors. The M5 series servers are designed with extreme scenarios to better transit CPU performance into customer performance improvements.

Inspur M5 server is divided into general, fusion architecture and application key calculation, optimization and so on four series, each series calculation, storage, I/O resources for specific application scenario is optimized configuration, can provide CLX-R synchronous form a complete set of internal and external I/O and storage resources, make the advantage of performance.
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