Fujitsu India's Mehul Doshi,Country Manager,Server ( left) and Ramprasad Lakshminarayan, General Manager,Channel & Sales, unveiling the Primergy CX400 server's innards at the Bangalore launch event on July 17 2012
Fujitsu unveils tightly configured server for Indian cloud and HPC users

Bangalore, July 17, 2012 – Japanese –German IT giant Fujitsu, has launched a new multi-node server family whose tight architecture effectively halves the requirement of space
The PRIMERGY CX400 S1 multi-node Cloud eXtension server is tailor made for new generation private cloud applications on the one hand and demanding high performance computing challenges on the other.
Unveiling the product at its India launch in Bangalore, Mehul Doshi, Fujitsu’s India Country Manager, for servers, pointed at the sharp economies and scaleable features of the system: squeezing up to 4 independent servers fuelled by Intel’s 8 core Xeon processor in a 2U form factor, with up to 24 storage units each of 1-3 TB each and economically harnessing a common power supply.
“The multi-node Cloud eXtension system enables our customers to increase the performance, productivity and flexibility of both Cloud and High Performance Computing solutions through smart scale-out at a lower cost,”, Doshi said.
For graphics intensive HPC applications, Fujitsu offers the CX270 S1 where Tesla GPGPU graphics processors can also be deployed.