How about improving your “brain”?

A little over 20 years ago, neurophysiologist Barry Beyerstein coined the term of the ten-percent-of-the-brain-myth. It says that human’s normally only use a small fraction of their entire brain capacity, leaving the remaining 90% unused.

You may have watched the Hollywood blockbuster “Lucy”, in which Lucy Miller, played by Scarlett Johansson, is able to use 100 percent of her brain.  Just imagine being able to expand the abilities of your brain that far! Doesn’t that sound amazing? You would be a super intelligent person who would be able to solve all problems, analyze data and easily understand all interrelationships. Unfortunately, we humans can't do that yet... maybe in the future, but who knows?

Luckily, we don't really need that either today, as we use servers for the calculation and analysis of complex relationships and information. The processor within the server is commonly referred to as the "brain" or "heart". It performs billions of arithmetic operations per second. Its tasks extend far beyond what is often assumed. The processor is the first instruction receiver of an electronic device. It registers which tasks are requested by users or programs and forwards them to the appropriate location. A server can solve almost any problem in an organization.

Fujitsu offers the most complete x86-based server portfolio for companies of all sizes, across all industries and for any type of workload. PRIMERGY Server Systems have been a key factor in the success of our customers for 25 years. The current generation of PRIMERGY M5 servers offers the support of the second generation of processors Intel’s Xeon® Scalable Family Bronze, Silver, Gold & Platinum processors with up to 28 cores. One of the most notable advancements is that top-of-the-line models are now equipped with up to three UPI links between processor cores, thus allowing for transfer speeds of 10.4 GT/s. The most substantial step forward is that the new Intel Xeon® Scalable products are the first server processors to support Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory modules. With individual module capacities of up to 512 GB, the persistent Intel® Optane™ DC memory in combination with traditional DRAM can reach up to 7.5 TB (in a 2-socket server). DCPMM complements DRAM memory by providing outstanding system storage capacity in a cost-effective manner to accelerate workload processing and service delivery.

For all demanding tasks where our brain reaches its limits, use the Fujitsu PRIMERGY server with the latest processor generation, new volatile-memory technology and many available components.

Be prepared for future demands. With the right foundation. Rely on PRIMERGY.

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