TYAN Unveils the UP Platform that supports the New Intel Xeon Processor 3400 series

TYAN, an
industry-leading server platform provider, today unveils its new UP
server platform powered by the Intel Xeon processor 3400 series. The
TYAN S5502 single-socket server platform offers a compact design and
superior performance at a lower cost compared to previous generation
products.

The TYAN S5502, based on the Intel Xeon processor
3400 series and the embedded Intel 3420 chipset, provides Intel 
Turbo Boost Technology, Intel VT, and Intel Hyper-Threading
Technology. The Intel 3420 chipset makes the new TYAN product
extremely cost effective when coupled with a with smaller form factor
design that together will deliver greater expansion and storage
features than what is available in other server environments.

The
TYAN S5502 offers the full functionality that is required in a standard
UP server platform. The S5502 supports (1) Intel Xeon processor 3400
series, (6) DDR-III DIMM slots, and (2) GbE ports in an ATX form
factor. This design can be easily installed into a standard pedestal
chassis for most entry level applications in Workgroups, SMB and
Education environments.

“TYAN’s commitment in designing
platforms supporting the Intel Xeon processor 3400 series provides the
server industry a better choice of UP solutions,” said Albert Mu, Vice
President of Enterprise Business Unit of MiTAC International
Corporation. “TYAN’s product has brought the unique benefits of Intel’s
Uni-processor platform technology and ensure our customers enjoy the
cost effective, space saving and superior performance with TYAN
intensive single-socket platform.”

“TYAN is an important
ecosystem partner and technology adopter for the Intel Xeon processor
3400 series,” said Boyd Davis, General Manager of Intel’s Server
Platforms Marketing Group. “The remarkable performance and key design
features help to meet our joint customers’ requirements and achieves
theirs goals.”

The TYAN S5502 will be in mass production stage in September. For more details, please visit www.tyan.com

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