March 5, 2012
5.0 GHz speed, 3.5 inches tall!
Introducing: the biggest change to The Cloud since sunshine! Meet the High Speed Server Module, invented by Liquid Nitrogen Overclocking. Only 2U in height, but capable of delivering 5.0 GHz speed on the i7-2700K chip, the HSSM series will change the face of cloud computing.
Shown above: A partially filled rack of 5.0 GHz High Speed Server Modules.
The Production Release of the High Speed Server Module (HSSM) consists of three (3) servers each @ 5.0 GHz within a 2U form factor that are cooled externally by a rack-mounted 3U cooling solution. One entire HSSM is 9U, so four (4) separate HSSM units can fill a standard 36U rack.
Chief Technical Officer William Harmon, who coined the industry term "High Speed Server Module," offers more details.
Despite their thin size, we can load them up with as many as 6 hard drives comfortably, and a possibly a 7th. The reason is that the cooling solution is mostly external, freeing up the interior space. The HSSM is truly a technological breakthrough.
Chief Executive Officer Ed Trice was available for comment via video chat this morning right after the press release. He gave a talk to his sales staff, congratulated CTO Bill Harmon, and thanked the hardware engineers for coming in two hours early to start building some systems that had already been ordered.
Customization options are available for all of our models, so call 610.818.5063 or send an email today to discuss how you would like your systems configured.