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Tyan Announces 23 Current Boards with 45nm Support

And one new one

| Posted: Nov 13, 2008 12:44 pm

Another Shanghai support update; Tyan has announced a total of 23 current mainboards and one new mainboard with full support for Shanghai.


This follows the announcement of general availability of the new AMD 45nm quad core Opterons and a list from MSI of mainboards with AM3 support.


Read the Press release here


Tyan Announces 23 Current Mainboards With Shanghai Support


TYAN, an industry-leading server platform provider, today announced at SC'08 that its current line of 23 AMD Opteron™ processor-based platforms and 1 new AMD Opteron™- processor based product will support the new Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processor (codenamed "Shanghai"). Customers can achieve superior performance, low power consumption and low total cost of ownership by upgrading to the new TYAN platforms powered by the enhanced Quad-Core AMD Opteron processor built on 45nm process technology. TYAN platforms that support the previous Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processors are socket compatible and will only require a BIOS update to support this next-generation processor.


TYAN offers 23 current and 1 new platforms that will support the enhanced Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processor. Customers can upgrade to the new Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processor in TYAN's current platforms without extra validation costs or additional hardware changes. For new platforms, TYAN launched the TYAN S4992 motherboard that will target high-end HPC and workstation users. For scalable and flexible 2-way solutions, TYAN's S3992-E, S3970-E, S2927-E, S2915-E, S2912-E, S2932-E, S2937 and S2935 are perfect platforms that meet current and future IT server and workstation requirements. TYAN's S4989, S4987-E S4985-E, and M4985-E motherboards are 4-way/8-way solutions that are exceptionally proficient in memory intensive and high-cluster IT infrastructures.


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