CYOne: the first, smallest internet server in the world (2014)… More
Cynny’s strength lies in its proprietary software-hardware infrastructure, which is based on technological advancements in cloud computing and environmentally friendly, high performance microservers built to store and manage huge amounts of data. The building block of Cynny’s infrastructure is the CYOne: the first, smallest internet server in the world (9×4 cm, 2014). Based on the technology found in most smartphones today, the CYOne is highly efficient and computationally powerful, capable of handling massive amounts of storage, data and programming. Recognized by the ARM community, the CYOne requires much less space, consumes one-third less energy and costs up to six times less to manage than traditional servers. Cynny’s microservers are managed by our FS software, which lets each cell in the system function like a living organism capable of self-diagnosis, management and repair.
IHS Technology predicts that Arm servers will represent at least five percent of the overall market by 2017, around 13 million servers. On the market since February 2014, Cynny technology is at the forefront of this movement. Today our three CYRacks are located in the U.S. and Europe operating with more than 1600 microserver (in details 532 x 3 = 1596 + 6 balancer. Overall 1602 server).
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