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Exclusive opportunity for NZ channel with Intel’s new solution

16 Dec 16

Intel continuously delivers leading edge technologies to help partners innovate and differentiate themselves in the market.

The same is true with their new solution, which - in conjunction with Ingram Micro New Zealand - allows the entire NZ sales channel to benefit rather than just integrators or PC/Server builders.

Once reserved only for governments 
and academia looking to solve the most complex computational problems, High Performance Computing (HPC) is now transforming many traditional sectors that are in need of supercomputer-like capabilities to gain real-time insights from increasingly large and complex data sets.

Intel Server Products for HPC Compute Blocks is a new initiative that has been designed to help partners realise an easier path to reliable HPC solutions.

While Intel traditionally sells the components to build servers, now they are building server chassis (with motherboards as before) but including CPU, Ram, SSD, power supply and management modules.

This innovative new solution has been designed to help partners realise an easier and faster path to reliable, innovative HPC solutions with a lower total cost of ownership. And because it’s build-to-order, partners can order based on the specific needs of their customer.

By taking advantage of Intel’s latest technologies, as well
 as world-class engineering and validation expertise, partners can build innovative solutions faster and with a lower total cost of ownership.

Some of the main features of Intel Server Products for HPC Compute Blocks include:

  • Build-to-order model saves time and money
  • Channel Opportunity to focus resources on unique value-add software, services and support
  • Unbranded systems allow reseller to customise and brand to meet end-user requirements
  • Intel Quality & Reliability with world class integration, validation, certification, and support
  • Standard Intel 3-year warranty ensures customer satisfaction

In addition to reducing the cost of ownership, Intel Server Products for HPC Compute Blocks also substantially reduces the complexity for partners. With Intel’s high quality, fully validated building blocks, the entire process is simplified for resellers.

These building blocks incorporate Intel’s latest data center technologies - already optimized to work better together - allowing partners to accelerate time to market with reliable HPC solutions.

The Intel Compute Block solution with Ingram Micro NZ adds value and provides cost effective total solutions as well as OEM component distribution to the channel.

To find our more, contact Ingram Micro product manager, Jason Simons on:

Direct: +64 9 4140279
Mobile: +64 21 2409890
jason.simons@ingrammicro.com 

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