The future of autonomic power optimization and system management operations.
As an integrated hardware/software solution, each EnergyCore SoC contains a separate, dedicated processor that performs real-time operations to maximize performance while minimizing energy consumption. For both single-node and cluster-wide management, the embedded Management Engine is responsible for:
- Automated Power Management of the SoC with the ability to instantly turn on and off over 12 power domains yields maximimum performance per watt
- Cluster-Aware Fabric Management for power and routing optimization within a server cluster reduces service downtime by ensuring availability through redundancy
- Remote Systems Management interfaces that work with existing system management tools results in seamless operational integration when deployed
Reduce energy waste, increase service availability, simplify systems management.
As the always-on "brain" within the EnergyCore architecture, the intelligence provided through the integrated Management Engine:
- Lowers energy consumption and maximize performance per watt by providing fully integrated Policy-based Power Management with fine-grained system-level power control. Various policies exist to maximize performance and throughput, minimize energy-consumption, or automatically find the right balance
- Increases service uptime and prevents downtime due to network failures by automatically adjusting EnergyCore Fabric Switch routes around failed nodes or congested links
- Simplifies systems management by natively integrating with standard tools via industry standards-based management (such as IPMI 2.0 and DCMI)
- Enhances security with a built-in design for protected boot via TrustZone® technology to prevent rootkit level attacks
Enables system-level integration and differentiation with an extensible framework for adding chassis controller functionality and other custom extensions