12-, 16- and 20-socket single-node systems now generally available making SGI #1 in scale-up capacity for SAP HANA

20 socket certification BlogToday, SGI announced that the SGI UV 300H is now SAP-certified for SAP HANA under general availability for up to 20-sockets and 15 Terabytes of shared memory to run SAP® S/4HANA and other transactional SAP applications on SAP HANA, enabling data analysis in real time at unparalleled scale. The SGI UV 300H is a model of the SGI UV 300 supercomputer and purpose-built for SAP HANA.

The SGI UV 300H 12-socket, 16-socket, and 20-socket system configurations are now SAP-certified under general availability (GA). Building on GA certification at 4- and 8-sockets, SGI UV 300H is now the leader in scale-up capacity for Intel-based systems enabling real-time data analytics with SAP HANA – giving large enterprises greater ability to know when, where and how customers are buying without delay; view inventories, supply chains or financials with up to the second accuracy; and spot market changes early and adjust with precision. SGI continues to engage with SAP to further extend UV 300H certification to 32 sockets.

Technical Information

  • SGI UV 300H is SAP-certified under general availability as a single-node system with 4 to 20 sockets and 1 to 15 Terabytes of cache-coherent shared memory and, utilizing a modular chassis architecture, scales up in 4-socket increments. The system is designed to scale up to 32 sockets and 24 Terabytes of shared memory and is awaiting further certification by SAP.
  • Featuring the Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 v3 family, 7th generation SGI NUMAlink® technology, and pre-installed with SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server or Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP HANA, SGI UV 300H can be deployed as a fully pre-configured appliance or the SAP HANA tailored datacenter integration solution.

For more information about SGI UV 300H solutions for SAP HANA, please visit: www.sgi.com/saphana.  SGI will demonstrate these solutions in booth #445 at SAPPHIRE® NOW beginning May 17 in Orlando, Florida.

View the press release for more info.

Blog Update: The scale up capacity has changed from 15 TBs to 20TBs…still keeping SGI at #1.  How quickly things change for the better! Read more regarding this recent announcement.

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